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Al-Shabab car bomb in Mogadishu kills several

At least four people are killed and three wounded as car packed with explosives detonates outside municipal building.

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Darfur referendum held amid fears of voter apathy

Darfur voters are divided on whether or not the referendum is a priority concern.

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Somalia executes al-Shabab journalist

Hassan Hanafi was accused of being involved in the assassination of five journalists between 2007 and 2011.

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Controversial family linked to Zuma leaves South Africa

Family has come under intense scrutiny over their alleged meddling in the country's politics.

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Chad votes with longtime leader Deby seeking fifth term

President Idriss Deby, who came to power in a military coup in 1990, is expected to remain in office.

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Tight race expected in Comoros presidential runoff

Polling comes after Vice President Mohamed Ali Soilihi won the first round in February with 17 percent of the vote.

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Ismail Guelleh wins fourth term as Djibouti president

Leader of UMP party, which has a tight grip on power, to continue to head strategically important Horn of Africa nation.

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Deadly car bombing targets Mogadishu restaurant

At least three people, including a child, killed in massive explosion in Somali capital claimed by al-Shabab.

Mogadishu restaurant

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Drought leaves 6 million Ethiopian children hungry

International charity says millions of kids face critical food shortages and waterborne disease as crisis intensifies.

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Zimbabwe leader denounces succession fights

92-year old's comments to 10,000 Zimbabwean war veterans come at a time of high tension over who will succeed him.

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