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#Burundi opposition leaders threaten to boycott vote

Agathon Rwasa and Jean Minani say they will boycott unless President Nkurunziza gives up plans for third term.

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#Togo opposition party rejects presidential poll results

CAP declares its candidate winner despite electoral commission announcing Faure Gnassingbe had won with 59 percent.

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#Nigeria: More women and children freed from Boko Haram

Military says at least 160 children and women rescued from the Sambisa Forest, days after 293 others were freed.

Nigeria's military

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French soldiers accused of raping CAR children

President Hollande vows to show "no mercy" if troops are found guilty of abusing children they were sent to protect.

French soldiers

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#Burundi court to examine president's third-term bid

Constitutional court to study legality of Pierre Nkurunziza's bid for third term, after days of deadly political unrest.

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#Nigeria army rescues nearly 300 females from Boko Haram

Army spokesman says the hostages freed during military offensive are not schoolgirls abducted from Chibok last year.

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UN chief sends envoy to #Burundi amid political unrest

Ban condemns violence that has killed six people in two days after president announced he would run for third term.

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'Hundreds' of bodies found in northeastern #Nigeria town

Bodies of people thought killed by Boko Haram found in homes, streets and river were buried in 20 graves, residents say.

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UN: Largest forgotten humanitarian crisis looms in CAR

UN refugee agency sounds alarm as number of people in need of aid reaches 2.7 million amid continued fighting.

Central African Republic

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Protesters clash with police for third day in #Burundi

At least six dead in demonstrations since Sunday after ruling party backed President Nkurunziza's bid for third term.

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