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Syrian engineer opts for Senegal over EU 'prison'

Engineer-turned-perfumer left his home on the outskirts of Damascus in search of a better life in West Africa.

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Anti-apartheid veteran urges Zuma to resign

Ahmed Kathrada says South African leader must quit because staying only serves to "deepen the crisis of confidence".

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US air strike targets senior al-Shabab leader

Pentagon assessing results after targeting Hassan Ali Dhoore on Thursday in a drone strike in southern Somalia.

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South Africa: Zuma pledges to repay Nkandla house costs

President claims he did not act dishonestly but admits conduct during scandal was "inconsistent" with the constitution.

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Kenya marks sombre anniversary of Garissa massacre

Students, who survived the April 2 al-Shabab attack that killed 147, are still traumatised and afraid to go to school.

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UN Security Council approves police presence in Burundi

Council asks UN secretary general to present options within 15 days for police deployment in violence-wracked country.

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'Sickening' sex abuse alleged in CAR by UN peacekeepers

UN and French peacekeepers accused of grim abuses in restive African nation, including bestiality with children.

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Weakened Boko Haram sends girl bombers against Cameroon

Regional offensive made up of 8,700 troops seeks to defeat the armed group, but it's fighting back with kidnapped girls.

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Libyan UN-backed government starts work from naval base

UN-backed group meets political supporters, council leaders, businessmen and central bank governor amid threats.

council leaders

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Libya's new UN-backed government issues warning

UN-backed unity government threatens to send names of rivals to Interpol on "terrorism" charges if they don't cooperate.

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