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Border attack feeds Tunisia fears of Libya spillover

Assault highlights risk Tunisia faces from home-grown fighters drawn to Iraq, Syria and Libya who threaten war at home.

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Deadly attack hits Ivory Coast beach resort

At least 12 people, including four Europeans, dead after armed men target Grand Bassam beach town, officials say.

Etoile du Sud hotel

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Tunisia calls for wage donations 'to fight terrorism'

Top two government officials ask state employees and citizens to contribute to a fund in support of security forces.

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UN adopts resolution against sex abuse by peacekeepers

First-of-its-kind decree comes after UN pressed to tackle rising problem of sexual abuse by peacekeepers.

peacekeepers

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Angola's Jose Eduardo dos Santos 'to quit' in 2018

President Jose Eduardo dos Santos announces decision to leave "active politics" after nearly four decades in power.

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South Sudan: UN reports campaign of killing and rape

UN report says fighters allowed to rape as a form of payment in conflict that has fallen off the international radar.

South Sudan

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Al-Shabab denies top leaders killed in US air strikes

Senior commander makes public appearance to deny claims he and another leader were killed in raids in southern Somalia.

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Einstein forum aims to stem Africa brain drain

Top scientists, policymakers and entrepreneurs gather for landmark conference in Senegal to encourage research.

Einstein forum

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Opposition coalition to boycott Niger runoff poll

COPA 2016 coalition pulls out, citing unfair treatment of candidates, paving the way for incumbent Issoufou's victory.

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Mogadishu car bombing kills police officers

Al-Shabab claims responsibility for bombing of police station in Mogadishu, killing at least three police officers. 

Mogadishu car bombing

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