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Ghana bolsters security amid warnings of attack

President urges public to remain calm after memo leaked to media says country could be targeted by armed groups.

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UN accused of withholding new CAR sex abuse claims

Lobby group says UN has not disclosed full number of sexual abuse claims against troops in Central African Republic.

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Nigerian girls kidnapped by Boko Haram seen in video

About 15 girls seen in video obtained by government two years after almost 300 of them were kidnapped by Boko Haram.

Nigerian girls

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Malawi declares state of emergency over drought

About 2.8 million Malawians, face food insecurity making country one of the worst hit in southern African drought.

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China accused of Taiwanese deportations from Kenya

Pressure from Beijing played a part in the deportation of nearly four dozen Taiwanese from Nairobi, legal experts say.

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South Sudan deputy rebel leader arrives in Juba

Alfred Ladu Gore back in Juba after two years of fighting in move that may herald return of rebel leader Machar.

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UN urged to step away from peacekeeping rape probe

Lobby group says UN has failed to investigate alleged crimes committed by peacekeepers and is unable to be impartial.

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Boko Haram using more children as 'suicide bombers': UN

One in every five "suicide bombers" used by Boko Haram in the past two years has been a child, a report by UNICEF says.

Maiduguri, Nigeria in June 2015

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Al-Shabab car bomb in Mogadishu kills several

At least four people are killed and three wounded as car packed with explosives detonates outside municipal building.

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Darfur referendum held amid fears of voter apathy

Darfur voters are divided on whether or not the referendum is a priority concern.

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