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DR Congo president warns over risk to forest...

Along with illegal logging, the forest is threatened by the production of charcoal, a key energy resource for inhabitants because of the lack of electricity...

Sudan swears in civilian-majority ruling...

The first steps of the transition after the mass celebrations that marked the August 17 adoption of a transitional constitution proved difficult however...

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Kenya defeats Djibouti in secret vote for...

The nomination effectively means that Kenya will become Africa’s sole candidate for the race for the non-permanent seat for 2021-2022.

Zimbabwe bans third opposition protest

Police have already banned marches in the capital Harare and Bulawayo, the country's second largest city

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Cameroon anglophone separatist leader gets...

Ayuk Tabe, a 54-year-old computer engineer by training, is the first self-proclaimed president of "Ambazonia" -- a breakaway state declared in October...

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Rwandan brewer apologises for sexist jokes...

The brewer, in a mea culpa issued on Twitter on Tuesday, said it was "very aware" of the backlash and took the matter "very seriously and apologise for...

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Foreigners arrested with ivory bracelets...

Spaniard Maria Pich-Aguilera, 50, was arrested on Sunday evening and pleaded guilty, paying a fine of one million shillings ($9,800) for illegal possession...

Three killed in east DR Congo protest after...

The region, which is also struggling with an epidemic of Ebola, is in the grip of militias who have killed hundreds of people over the last five years...

Zimbabwe deploys security forces over banned...

The authorities banned the protests, organised by the opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC)

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Unveiling of Sudan's sovereign council delayed...

Several key steps will be taken before embarking on the long and obstacle littered road to 2022 polls

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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.