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Thousands rally across Morocco's Rif for eighth night

Stone-throwing protesters clash with police in Imzouren as calls for the release of a Popular Movement leader grow.

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Haftar and ISIL fighters launch attacks in Libya

Simultaneous attacks on UN-backed government come just hours after suspected Egyptian jets target areas south of Sirte.

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Botched vaccination kills 15 children in South Sudan

The same syringe was used, without sterilisation, on 300 children during a four-day vaccination campaign.

Health Minister Riek Gai Kok

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Double bombing kills several refugees in Kolofata camp

Double suicide attack kills civilians displaced by Boko Haram fighting in northern Cameroon, officials say.

Cameroon

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More than 40 migrants 'die of thirst' in Niger

Dozens attempting to reach Libya to get to Europe die of thirst as vehicle breaks down in northern Niger, officials say.

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Cape Town cuts back to survive 'stubborn' drought

Authorities call on residents of South African city to limit showers to two minutes and flush toilets only if necessary.

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CAR tops list of 'world's most neglected' crises

Norwegian aid agency says displaced Africans receive least economic and political support, as well as media attention.

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Almost 4,000,000 Sudanese displaced by fighting

Norwegian Refugee Council ranks country as number three in world's neglected crises as fighting enters its 14th year.

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Kenya inaugurates new Chinese-funded railway

The country's biggest infrastructure project since its independence is under fire by some for its high costs.

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Thousands rally for release of protest leader Zefzafi

Demonstrations were held in the northern Rif region to demand the release of leader of the 'Popular Movement'.

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