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US envoy's motorcade hits and kills boy in Cameroon

Armoured Jeep in Samantha Power's motorcade fatally struck seven-year-old boy who darted on to the road in Cameroon.

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Ethiopia attack: 200 people dead, 100 children missing

Death toll rises from cross-border cattle raid as government says more than 100 children were taken by attackers.

Getachew Reda

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AU mission apologises for Somali civilian deaths

AMISOM peacekeeping force says four civilians were mistaken for al-Shabab fighters after failing to stop at a roadblock.

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Ethiopia says South Sudanese gunmen kill 140 civilians

Minister says troops may cross border to pursue assailants after deadly raid in Ethiopia's Gambela region.

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Refugee crisis: Senegalese return from Italy

Story of one man who was refused a visa to extend his stay in Italy as Africa takes first steps to implement agreements.

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Students protest at Sudan's oldest university

Days of rallies held after reports the government plans to sell some buildings for use as a tourist attraction.

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Ghana bolsters security amid warnings of attack

President urges public to remain calm after memo leaked to media says country could be targeted by armed groups.

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UN accused of withholding new CAR sex abuse claims

Lobby group says UN has not disclosed full number of sexual abuse claims against troops in Central African Republic.

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Nigerian girls kidnapped by Boko Haram seen in video

About 15 girls seen in video obtained by government two years after almost 300 of them were kidnapped by Boko Haram.

Nigerian girls

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Malawi declares state of emergency over drought

About 2.8 million Malawians, face food insecurity making country one of the worst hit in southern African drought.

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