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IDP camps in Nigeria 'hit by suicide bombers'

At least eight people killed after female suicide attackers strike two IDP camps in Maiduguri, Civilian-JTF group says.

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UN: Moroccan peacekeeper killed, three wounded in CAR

The UN blamed pro-Christian armed groups for the shootings in the southern Central African Republic city of Bangassou.

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Sudan clashes kill up to 10 in Darfur: tribal chiefs

Clashes between two Arab tribes come as the UN and African Union prepare to downsize their peacekeeping mission.

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ISIL fighters executed by Haftar's forces in Libya

New video online shows senior leader reading charges and carrying out executions before talks between rival factions.

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Soldiers killed in Somalia blast

Armed group al-Shabab claims responsibility for attack on security convoy near Baidoa in country's southwest.

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DR Congo loses $750m in mining revenues to corruption

Global Witness says at least $750m paid to Congo's tax bodies and state mining company disappeared in 2013-2015.

Congo is Africa's top copper producer

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Police use tear gas to halt Morocco 'million-man march'

Riot police in al-Hoceima fire tear gas to scatter hundreds of protesters who defied a ban to march against 'injustice'.

Protests in the Rif region

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Amnesty: Cameroon troops tortured Boko Haram suspects

Group condemns arbitrary arrest of dozens, citing human rights violations at military bases used by US, French troops.

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Tunisia bans Wonder Woman after Al-Chaab complaint

Tunisia joins Lebanon and Qatar in banning US blockbuster featuring a former soldier with the Israeli army at its helm.

Wonder Woman

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ICC judges ordered to review Laurent Gbagbo's detention

Laurent Gbagbo to stay behind bars as trial judges review decision denying him interim release during mass crimes trial.

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Iran and Afghanistan top 2017 Basel AML Index

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Actors, writers quit White House committee over Trump

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Kian Loyd Delos Santos, 17, killed in drug crackdown

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Steve Bannon out as Trump's top strategist: White House

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Floods affect 16 million in Nepal, India and Bangladesh

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Suspected al-Shabab attackers behead 3 in Kenya's Lamu

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