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Libya's Ansar al-Sharia leader dies months after ambush

US blames armed group for assault on diplomatic compound in Benghazi which killed ambassador and three others.

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DR Congo protests over census turn deadly

At least 12 people killed in protests over proposed law that opposition fears will prolong president's stay in power.

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Deadly blast hits hotel in Somali capital

Suicide bomber rams car into Mogadishu hotel housing members of a Turkish delegation ahead of visit by their president.

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Ruling party candidate leads in #Zambia election count

With more than half of the ballots counted, Edgar Lungu of the Patriotic Front party leads with 50.75 percent of vote.

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UN says international court needed for CAR war crimes

UN commission says tribunal presided over by international judges needed, warning situation may spiral into genocide.

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DRC Catholic leader denounces police action

Archbishop urges people to use "all legal and peaceful" means to oppose president Kabila's bid to change election law.

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Libyan rival parliament suspends UN talks

Opposition assembly suspends UN-sponsored peace talks after blaming rival government for fresh violence.

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DRC protesters killed in police crackdown

Dozens dead in demonstrations over draft law that would enable President Kabila to extend his stay in power.

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Zambian police disperse opposition protesters

About 100 supporters of Hakainde Hichilema's party outside vote-counting centre driven off with batons and tear-gas.

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Boko Haram leader claims Baga attack

Abubaker Shekau says his group killed hundreds in Nigerian town and threatens to attack Niger, Chad and Cameroon.

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