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Rwanda votes in parliamentary elections

More than 500 candidates from five political parties and four independent contestants taking part in the elections.

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Bobi Wine arrives in US for medical treatment

Opposition MP flew out of Uganda for medical treatment for alleged torture amid fresh protests in Kampala.

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Rockets rain on Libya's Tripoli as fresh fighting erupts

Renewed hostilities come as Britain, France, Italy and US warn escalation in violence will hamper political process.

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Mauritania votes in legislative and municipal elections

The elections will test President Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz's record before next year's presidential vote.

President Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz

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Thirty Nigerian soldiers 'killed' in Boko Haram army base raid

The armed group overran a base in the country's Borno state, military sources tell AFP.

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Bobi Wine flies out of Uganda to US for medical treatment

Opposition MP allowed to leave Uganda for medical treatment for alleged torture amid fresh protests in Kampala.

Robert Kyagulanyi, a Ugandan pop star-turned-opposition politician

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South Sudanese rebels 'approve' peace deal with government

The final peace agreement between the government and rebels will be formally signed at a summit of regional leaders.

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Bobi Wine 'blocked' from leaving for torture treatment

Opposition MP blocked from boarding flight to the US, brought to a government hospital and detained, lawyers say.

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DRC rebel tells ICC he's a revolutionary, not the 'terminator'

Bosco Ntaganda faces 18 counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity for acts allegedly committed in 2002-2003.

Bosco Ntaganda

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Clashes shatter illusion of security in Libyan capital

Armed groups excluded from Tripoli and access to the spoils of Libya's informal economy have violently risen up.

Tripoli

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