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CAR faces runoff election to decide presidency

No candidate received more than 50 percent of the vote, officials say, as two former prime ministers prepare for runoff.

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Dozens killed in bomb attack on Libyan police academy

Massive explosion caused by truck bomb after it crashed into centre in Zliten kills and wounds more than 100 people.

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Fresh abuse allegations against UN peacekeepers in CAR

Investigation is launched into claims that UN peacekeepers sexually abused four underage girls in capital Bangui.

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Fires sparked by ISIL attacks spread at Libya oil ports

Five oil storage tanks remain on fire after ISIL shelled security forces guarding country's largest oil ports.

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Burundi government says it will not join peace talks

Senior official says no agreement reached on a date for talks in Tanzania, casting doubts on efforts to end violence.

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Presidential candidates allege fraud in CAR election

At least 20 presidential candidates demand counting of ballots stops in election that brought hopes of stability.

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ISIL attack on Libyan oil terminal reported

Group claims use of suicide car bombing to strike Es Sider export terminal and nearby town between Sirte and Benghazi.

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Zambia sets presidential election to August 2016

Government spokesman says president will sign new Constitution on Tuesday, paving the way for elections later in 2016.

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Restaurant hit by deadly suicide attack in Somalia

At least three dead in explosion at restaurant frequented by journalists, near Mogadishu's presidential palace.

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Algeria buries independence war hero

Tens of thousands turn out for funeral in Hocine Ait Ahmed's birthplace after his death in Switzerland.

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