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Clashes that erupted in Ethiopia this month between two of the country's largest ethnic groups have killed hundreds of people and displaced thousands, the government said Monday.
Sudan vowed on Monday to step up efforts to normalise relations with the United States after Washington dropped the country from a list of countries facing a US travel ban.
Togo's opposition on Monday cancelled its latest wave of planned anti-government street protests and instead called for a nationwide shutdown.
The attack, which left another five soldiers seriously wounded, took place early on Sunday on a road between the city of Gao and a village called Anefis.
Zimbabwean police arrived to take pastor Evan Mawarire away from his church in Harare on Sunday.
Director of public prosecutions Keriako Tobiko said the wide-ranging investigations into the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) must be completed within 21 days
But the DRC president vowed to resist foreign pressure.
The contested area is believed to hold the biggest hydrocarbon resources discovered in west Africa over the past decade.
Africa’s first Nobel Prize winner for literature, Nigeria’s Wole Soyinka gave his inaugural public lecture at the University of Johannesburg (UJ) on Friday.
President Adama Barrow, elected in December 2016, signed a UN treaty on the abolition of capital punishment following his maiden speech at the world body's general assembly.