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Dozens still held in Gabon over post-election...

Thirty-nine people have been charged for their alleged role in rioting and looting that broke out in Gabon after the disputed vote.

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US orders families of govt personnel to leave...

Last week's clashes left dozens dead in Kinshasa, where opposition groups were demanding the resignation of President Joseph Kabila.

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EU rolls over Burundi sanctions

The European Council of EU member states said the sanctions targeted four individuals

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Nairobi's famed National Park threatened...

A unique urban conservation site, the Nairobi National Park is a vast wildlife reserve where lions, hyenas and giraffes roam at will just seven kilometres...

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Angolan leader's pledge to quit in doubt...

"I have decided to leave political life in 2018," the 74-year-old leader told party officials of his People's Movement for the Liberation of Angola (MPLA)...

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Mali MPs defect to opposition as US piles...

The "lack of vision" of President Ibrahim Boubakar Keita's government had left the north of the country in crisis, youth unemployment soaring and "Malians...

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Burundi opposition leader held for 'endangering'...

Gervais Niyongabo, president of the opposition Fedes-Sangira party, was arrested on Wednesday in Makamba in southern Burundi and also accused of "participation...

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UN disappointed over latest election delay...

The presidential vote originally had been scheduled to take place in August

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Ali Bongo to be sworn in as Gabon president...

"You don't get sworn in unceremoniously in secret," commented his main rival Jean Ping's spokesman Jean-Gaspard Ntoutoume Ayi, ironically.

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Sudan needs swift reforms to revive ailing...

Sudan's average gross domestic product growth between 1998 and 2008 was above six percent, after which it steadily declined to around three percent in...

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Fighting human trafficking in Uganda...

It explains why in 2000 the United National General Assembly adopted a Palermo Protocol that allows each country to fight the various forms of trafficking in their country.