Tuesday,January 15,2019 22:22 PM

African News

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Five dead in attack on upmarket Nairobi hotel...

Gunshots rang out sporadically as night fell in Nairobi, where police combed the hotel and outlying office buildings for survivors while trying to flush...

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Sudan police fire tear gas at protesters...

Authorities say the protests have left 24 people dead, while Human Rights Watch has put the death toll at 40, including children and medical staff.

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Confederation Cup playoffs: Vipers held 0-0...

Will the many opportunities the Venoms missed in front of goal against Tunisian side CS Sfaxien come back to sting them?

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World reaction cautious to disputed DRC vote...

The Independent National Election Commission gives Tshisekedi 38.57% of the vote, ahead of Fayulu with 34.8%.

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Three dead after Sudan protest as crowds...

Late on Wednesday, a doctor said six protesters were being treated at Omdurman's main hospital for gunshot wounds.

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DR Congo: Key dates since independence

In 1961, Patrice Lumumba, a popular figure in the campaign for independence from Belgium, is assassinated.

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Felix Tshisekedi: son, heir and president-elect...

His father Etienne founded the country's oldest and largest opposition party, the Union for Democracy and Social Progress (UDPS).

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Opposition's Tshisekedi wins historic DRC...

The election's supervisors had faced mounting pressure at home and abroad to publish the results after repeated delays

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Ugandans burnt to death SA: Suspect appears...

The suspect, also a Ugandan, faces two counts of murder, arson, theft of a motor vehicle and theft.

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Key things to know about Gabon

Gabon has enjoyed relative political stability since its independence in 1960 and has had just three presidents over half a century.


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Election that plunged Uganda into...

In the FINAL part of the election that plunged Uganda into war, New Vision TV looks at the post war career of Yoweri Museveni, whose party had come third in the polls, after he successfully waged a five-year peoples war.