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Failed suicide bombing reported at #Nigeria college

Dozens injured following two bomb blasts and gunfire in suspected Boko Haram attack on northeast Nigeria school.

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Protesters killed as #Burundi unrest continues

Latest casualties bring to seven the number of people killed in protests triggered by president's bid for a third term.

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CAR to sue French soldiers over alleged sex crimes

Justice minister announces case against soldiers accused of raping children in exchange for food at a refugee camp.

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Nigerian troops 'rescue dozens' from Boko Haram

Twenty-five girls and women freed from Boko Haram camp in Sambisa forest as army continues offensive against the group.

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UN says CAR armed groups agree to free child soldiers

Pact signed by eight main militias covers thousands of children, including those used as sex slaves or menial workers.

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#Guinea anti-government protest turns violent

Government says 14 wounded during clashes between demonstrators and security forces over delayed local polls.

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Unrest grips #Burundi in election run-up

Reports say three killed and 45 wounded in fresh clashes with police as protests against president enter second week.

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#Burundi court backs president's candidacy amid unrest

Constitutional court rules in favour of incumbent President Pierre Nkurunziza's attempt to stand for a third term.

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Kerry makes unannounced visit to Somalia

US secretary of state to meet top officials in country struggling to rebuild after decades of war and insurgency.

John Kerry

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#Somalia bans media from using 'al-Shabab' name

Mogadishu asks journalists to refer to al-shabab as 'the group that massacres the Somali people', drawing media concern.

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