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Thousands of South Sudanese flee fighting for Uganda

More than 70,000 South Sudanese have crossed the border with Uganda since fighting erupted last month.

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Libyan forces recapture ISIL headquarters in Sirte

UN-backed government forces say they have taken complete control of Ouagadougou complex, ISIL headquarters in the city.

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Zambia votes with high turnout in test for ruling party

Voting for presidential and parliamentary elections begins after a campaign blighted by violence between rival groups.

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Ethiopia says UN observers not needed as protests rage

Spokesman saysgovernment is responsible for safety of its own citizens.

Amhara

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UN calls for probe into Ethiopia protesters killings

Ninety deaths in Oromia and Amhara regions must be investigated by international observers, UN human rights chief says.

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S Sudan rejects proposal to accept more UN peacekeepers

Government claims US proposal to boost troop numbers will lead to UN colonisation of South Sudan and beyond.

UN peacekeepers

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Libya makes gains against ISIL in Sirte fighting

Government of National Accord forces say they are making advances against ISIL in the embattled city of Sirte.

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Zimbabwe war veterans boycott Mugabe speech

The boycott widens the rift with Africa's oldest leader over economic woes.

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US proposes an extra 4,000 peacekeepers for South Sudan

US tells the UN to approve African troops who will protect the capital's airport and other key facilities.

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Dozens killed in Ethiopia protest crackdown

Security forces accused of shooting dead people in Oromia and Amhara regions in attempt to suppress wave of protests.

Ethiopia protests

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