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Nigeria's Buhari admits line plagiarised from Obama

"Those responsible" will be punished, president's office says, after line from US president's inauguration speech used.

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UN: One million refugees have fled South Sudan

UN says most of those fleeing South Sudan are women and children, including survivors of violent attacks.

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Tanzania: Earthquake survivors face task of rebuilding

At least 17 people killed in 5.9 magnitude tremor that injured more than 200 and left hundreds of families homeless.

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Cash-strapped Zimbabwe to print $75m in 'bond notes'

Hyperinflation fears as Zimbabwe is set to begin using notes issued by its own reserve bank for first time since 2009.

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South Sudan: Surviving on goat bones and water lilies

Nearly half of the war-torn country is facing "catastrophic" food shortages, aid group warns.

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Khalifa Haftar forces seize oil port Brega in Libya

Capture of Brega comes as Western nations condemn renegade general's offensive on "oil crescent" along northern coast.

Haftar's forces

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S Sudan to take legal action after corruption report

Presidential spokesman says report on alleged war profiteering by country's rival leaders was "politically biased".

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Somalia hosts first African leaders summit in decades

Heads of states gather in capital to discuss regional issues, in talks hailed as an "endorsement of country's recovery".

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Zambia's Edgar Lungu sworn in after disputed vote

Edgar Lungu inaugurated as president, after court bid by opposition leader fails to block swearing-in ceremony.

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S Africa: Jacob Zuma pays $500,000 over Nkandla row

President repays $542,000 of public money spent on upgrades on his private residence, including a swimming pool.

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