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China accused of Taiwanese deportations from Kenya

Pressure from Beijing played a part in the deportation of nearly four dozen Taiwanese from Nairobi, legal experts say.

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South Sudan deputy rebel leader arrives in Juba

Alfred Ladu Gore back in Juba after two years of fighting in move that may herald return of rebel leader Machar.

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UN urged to step away from peacekeeping rape probe

Lobby group says UN has failed to investigate alleged crimes committed by peacekeepers and is unable to be impartial.

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Boko Haram using more children as 'suicide bombers': UN

One in every five "suicide bombers" used by Boko Haram in the past two years has been a child, a report by UNICEF says.

Maiduguri, Nigeria in June 2015

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Al-Shabab car bomb in Mogadishu kills several

At least four people are killed and three wounded as car packed with explosives detonates outside municipal building.

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Darfur referendum held amid fears of voter apathy

Darfur voters are divided on whether or not the referendum is a priority concern.

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Somalia executes al-Shabab journalist

Hassan Hanafi was accused of being involved in the assassination of five journalists between 2007 and 2011.

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Controversial family linked to Zuma leaves South Africa

Family has come under intense scrutiny over their alleged meddling in the country's politics.

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Chad votes with longtime leader Deby seeking fifth term

President Idriss Deby, who came to power in a military coup in 1990, is expected to remain in office.

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Tight race expected in Comoros presidential runoff

Polling comes after Vice President Mohamed Ali Soilihi won the first round in February with 17 percent of the vote.

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