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Scores arrested in connection with Morocco Rif protests

The detainees will be investigated for "undermining the security of the state" following months of social unrest.

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UN warns of mass displacement in war-torn CAR

Almost 100,000 people displaced in Central African Republic in resurgent fighting since the beginning of May.

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South Sudan soldiers face trial for rape and murder

Thirteen soldiers are accused of raping five foreign aid workers and killing their local colleague in July 2016 .

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South Africa's Zuma survives renewed calls to resign

The ruling ANC party sticks with the South African president, but admits support is 'drifting away' from their movement.

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Libya's Ansar al-Sharia announces dissolution

Benghazi-based group says it has been weakened after suffering big losses, calls others to unite and continue fighting.

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Morocco arrests Rif protest leader Nasser Zefzafi

Police probes detained Nasser Zefzafi for "undermining the security of the state" and other criminal acts.

The Rif region

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Morocco: Al-Hoceima remains tense over protest arrests

Rif city of Al-Hoceima remains tense after police detain 20 demonstrators and issue arrest warrant for protest leader.

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Morocco police hunt Rif region protest leader

Authorities order arrest of Nasser Zefzafi for interrupting an imam's sermon.

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Burundi presses unwed couples to marry

Calling church and state-sanctioned weddings a patriotic duty, government order comes amid drive to 'moralise society'.

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Inquiry sought into ISIL escape under Khalifa Haftar

Awaqir tribesmen demand answers to how escape from Derna and Benghazi was possible through Haftar-controlled areas.

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