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South Sudan rebel chief meets President Kiir in Ethiopia

Two South Sudanese leaders met for the first time since a peace deal broke down in 2016.

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Haftar forces claim to have retaken key oil terminals in Libya

Rebel groups, who attacked the terminals last week, say they still control the Ras Lanuf and Sidra oil terminals.

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Algeria and Iraq shut down internet to prevent exam cheating

The government takes the decision in an effort to prevent a repeat of the 2016 leaks in high school exams.

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Libya clashes at oil ports cut output by nearly half

Production has seen a reduction by 450,000 barrels per day, plus 70 million cubic feet of natural gas.

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Eritrea to send delegation to Ethiopia for talks

Move by Asmara comes after Addis Ababa said it will comply with peace deal and withdraw from contested border regions.

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Mali says troops implicated in killings after mass graves found

Defence minister orders inquiry as 25 bodies found after a military crackdown on suspected fighters and ethnic militia.

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Deadly flood hits Ivory Coast

Hundreds have been forced to leave their homes due to severe flooding in economic capital, Abidjan.

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South Sudan's Kiir, Machar to meet in Ethiopia's capital

Political rivals have not met face-to-face in two years since Machar fled South Sudan in 2016.

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In South Sudan's war, thousands suffer rape and sex attacks

Although thousands of women have reported rape and other sexual atrocities in South Sudan's war, human rights groups say the figure is likely to be much higher.

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Ethiopia PM: Security agencies committed 'terrorist acts'

Abiy Ahmed said security institutions tortured citizens in order for government to remain in power.

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