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South Sudan war: US warns it could sanction leaders

US envoy says sanctions or an arms embargo may be imposed on political leaders if they fail to keep the peace.

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S Sudan's Riek Machar sworn in as first vice president

Swearing ceremony follows Machar's arrival in Juba after UN deal ended his 28-month conflict with President Salva Kiir.

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ANC to sue Julius Malema over call to violence

Youth leader turned opposition politician said: "We will remove the government through the barrel of a gun".

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Burundi president condemns killing of top army general

President Pierre Nkurunziza says killing of top general was shameful and that attackers will be hunted down.

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ICC to investigate Burundi political violence

UN estimate says at least 430 people killed in the past year after President Nkurinziza launched election campaign.

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'Congo rumba king' Papa Wemba dies

Musician's death after collapse on stage in Ivory Coast declared a "great loss for his country and all of Africa".

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Mix of militias holds sway in Libya's Misrata

Locals frustrated as armed groups reporting to rival administrations continue to be in charge of security checkpoints.

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South Africa's Julius Malema warns Zuma government

South African opposition politician warns of severe consequences if the government continues to use force on protesters.

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Equatorial Guinea election: Incumbent expected to win

Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo expected to win Equatorial Guinea's poll, boycotted by much of the opposition.

Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo

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South Sudan's Riek Machar to miss return deadline

Government will not allow Riek Machar back until international monitors verify number of weapons troops are bringing.

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