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South Sudan rival leaders to hold new talks amid deep rift

Information minister says president is not willing to form a unity government with his former deputy, Riek Machar.

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South Sudan armed opposition rejects 'imposition' of peace deal

Group says current model for the peace process is "unrealistic" and "there is no shortcut to peace."

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South Sudan rebel chief meets President Kiir in Ethiopia

Two South Sudanese leaders met for the first time since a peace deal broke down in 2016.

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Haftar forces claim to have retaken key oil terminals in Libya

Rebel groups, who attacked the terminals last week, say they still control the Ras Lanuf and Sidra oil terminals.

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Algeria and Iraq shut down internet to prevent exam cheating

The government takes the decision in an effort to prevent a repeat of the 2016 leaks in high school exams.

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Libya clashes at oil ports cut output by nearly half

Production has seen a reduction by 450,000 barrels per day, plus 70 million cubic feet of natural gas.

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Eritrea to send delegation to Ethiopia for talks

Move by Asmara comes after Addis Ababa said it will comply with peace deal and withdraw from contested border regions.

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Mali says troops implicated in killings after mass graves found

Defence minister orders inquiry as 25 bodies found after a military crackdown on suspected fighters and ethnic militia.

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Deadly flood hits Ivory Coast

Hundreds have been forced to leave their homes due to severe flooding in economic capital, Abidjan.

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South Sudan's Kiir, Machar to meet in Ethiopia's capital

Political rivals have not met face-to-face in two years since Machar fled South Sudan in 2016.

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