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Questions linger among the corpses of an...

Elsewhere in this town in western Tigray, dozens of corpses still awaiting a grave lie abandoned in a roadside ditch, their exposed flesh rotting in the...

UN experts call for South Sudan arms embargo...

Violence has soared in recent months between rival communities, often over cattle raiding which leads to cycles of brutal revenge killings.

Burkina Faso president Kabore wins re-election...

Kabore won a large outright majority in the first round of the presidential election on Sunday, obviating the need for a runoff ballot.

S.Africa's Zuma still popular despite graft...

The former anti-apartheid resistance fighter is accused of overseeing mass looting of state assets.

Burkina president far ahead at midway point...

Kabore, bidding for a second term at the helm of the troubled Sahel state, has 58.14 percent of the vote, according to the ongoing count conducted by the...

At least 600 dead in Nov 9 Tigray massacre...

Amnesty International previously reported that "scores, and likely hundreds, of people were stabbed or hacked to death" in the November 9 attack in Mai-Kadra....

Africa's economic giant Nigeria at a 'critical...

More than 200 million Nigerians will slide further into poverty as the coronavirus pandemic has sent oil prices tumbling and pushed Africa's largest economy...

After two arrests, Zimbabwe journalist remains...

Despite his status as a pre-trial prisoner, Chin'ono, 49, was held in overcrowded cells in the prison's D-section, where death row inmates are kept.

Ethiopian Ambassador speaks out on conflict...

TPLF attacked the Northern Command of the Ethiopian National Defense Forces on November 4, 2020.

Gunmen kill five in mosque attack in Nigeria:...

Around 100 cattle thieves on motorcycles opened fire on a Muslim congregation in remote Dutsen Gari village in Maru district as residents were observing...

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