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S Sudan leaders 'profit' as country suffers during war

New report says President Salva Kiir, his rival Riek Machar and their allies have amassed great wealth amid conflict.

George Clooney

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Nigerian refugees in Niger struggle for food and water

Despite recent gains against the Boko Haram in Nigeria, many of those who fled the group are still struggling.

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Kenya: Three female attackers killed in police station

Attackers were killed after staging an attack on Mombasa's main police with a knife and a petrol bomb.

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Forces loyal to Khalifa Haftar attack ports in Libya

Rebel commander's forces assault Zueitina, Ras Lanuf, and Es Sider oil ports in Libya's oil crescent, witnesses say.

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Zimbabweans use satire to protest Robert Mugabe

Actors use performance art to speak out against corruption, unemployment and bad governance.

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Tanzania earthquake kills 11, injures more than 100

Earthquake strikes western shore of Lake Victoria, with tremors felt as far away as western Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda.

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UN panel blames South Sudan leaders for Juba violence

Fighting that killed more than 300 people and forced opposition head to flee directed at top military level, UN says.

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Gabon election: Jean Ping challenges result in court

Jean Ping lodges complaint with Constitutional Court contesting the official results of last month's presidential vote.

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Zimbabwe court overturns ban on Harare protests

Judge lifts police ban, days after president accused courts of recklessness for allowing rallies that turned violent.

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Gabon's Ali Bongo hits back at EU over poll 'anomalies'

President accuses EU observation mission of bias and insists that only the country's top court can order a recount.

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