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Suicide attackers hit Cameroon marketplace

Report says at least 29 people killed in series of strikes on village market near northern border with Nigeria.

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S Africa girls given student grants to remain virgins

Women's rights activists condemn municipal scholarship programme that awards young women for remaining virgins.

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Burkina Faso arrests ex-presidential guards over raid

Ten members of unit loyal to former president Blaise Compaore held as new leader continues to face security challenges.

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Uganda bans housemaids from working in Saudi Arabia

Ugandan women claim abuse and torture in audio recording that went viral and prompted government action.

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Tunisia PM appeals for 'patience' after street protests

Habib Essid's plead came after he chaired an emergency cabinet meeting following wave of protests over unemployment.

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Kenyans honour 'hero' Muslim who saved Christians

Social media campaign raises funds for family of teacher who died after protecting Christian bus passengers in Mandera.

Salah Farah

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Tunisia accuses 'dirty hands' of fuelling unrest

President Essebsi expresses understanding for anger over unemployment, but warns against ISIL exploiting grievances.

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Fighting in Mozambique prompts refugee flight to Malawi

Nearly 3,500 people flee to neighbouring country raising concerns of new refugee crisis in southern Africa.

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South Sudan: Unity government formation set for delay

Friday deadline to form transitional government of national unity is unlikely to be met as bitter differences persist.

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Tunisia declares curfew after days of violent protests

Protests over unemployment rates and the economy had intensified and spread to several cities including the capital.

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