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Chibok girls: Nigeria ready for Boko Haram negotiations

President Buhari says government prepared to negotiate, but only if Boko Haram can identify a credible leadership.

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Burundi's president threatens to fight AU peacekeepers

Nkurunziza's warning comes as African Union threatens sanctions against rivals if they miss next round of talks.

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CAR votes: Hopes for peace in landmark election

Thirty candidates vying for presidency in election that will test progress towards stability after years of violence.

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Egypt, Ethiopia, Sudan sign new deal on Nile dam

French firms to study environmental impact of Grand Renaissance Dam as Ethiopia pledges to respect Egypt's interests.

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Nigeria: The defeat of deadly Boko Haram?

Minister says armed group lacks capacity to launch further attacks - despite dozens dying in two-day killing spree.

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Guinea declared free from Ebola after 2,500 deaths

Liberia remains the only country still battling the disease after Sierre Leone was declared free of virus in November.

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Burundi opponents meet for talks in Uganda

Representatives in Kampala in face-to-face discussions to halt spiralling violence that has killed hundreds since April.

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Suspected Boko Haram attacks rock Maiduguri

At least 15 people killed as armed group launch rocket-propelled grenades and activate suicide bombers in northern city.

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Ethiopian opposition urges scrutiny of industrial plan

Politicians held over protests as PM says "anti-peace" forces spreading false information about investment zone plan.

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Burundi urged to accept African Union peacekeepers

Burundi says proposed force is a violation of sovereignty and no troops will enter the country without permission.

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