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Raila Odinga and the surprisin

  A month ago, Kenya’s Supreme Court threw the country into a tizzy when in a historic decision, it annulled the reelection of President Uhuru Kenya

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Posted On: 14 Oct 2017

Kenya police shoot dead 2 oppo

  Police in Kenya said on Friday they shot and killed two opposition protesters who allegedly stormed a police station with farm tools and rocks in the we

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Posted On: 13 Oct 2017

Kenya Bans Protests in Large C

  As Kenya's opposition party vows to hold protests demanding electoral reforms ahead of a repeat presidential election, the government has issued an or

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Posted On: 12 Oct 2017

Africa's Richest Man Aliko Dan

  Earlier this year President Magufuli signed a new mining bill into law which allows the government to take as much as 16% of foreign-owned mining compan

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Posted On: 11 Oct 2017

Rwanda military often tortures

PHOTO CREDIT: WEBNET   Rwanda's military routinely tortures detainees with beatings, asphyxiations, mock executions and electric shocks, Human Rights Wat

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Posted On: 10 Oct 2017

Gunmen Open Fire On University

  Two staff members of a Kenyan university were killed south of Mombasa on Tuesday when gunmen fired on vehicles carrying them and students to their cam

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Posted On: 10 Oct 2017

Speaker of Ethiopian Parliamen

  The speaker of Ethiopia's lower house of parliament submitted his resignation on Sunday, one of the highest-ranking officials to do so since the ruling

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Posted On: 09 Oct 2017

West Africa Crude: Angola offe

  Angolan crude differentials were steady after falling for some grades this week, although still-ample supplies suggested buyers were waiting for lower o

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Posted On: 06 Oct 2017

Reps oppose Morocco’s bid to

  Members of the House of Representatives are uncomfortable with the plans by Morocco, a north African country, to be enlisted as a member of the Economic

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Posted On: 06 Oct 2017

Why are people protesting in T

  Thousands of Togolese take to the streets to demand an end to the 50-year-rule of the Gnassingbe family.   Thousands of Togolese took to the stre

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Posted On: 06 Oct 2017

3 Special Forces Troops Killed

  Three United States Army Special Forces were killed and two were wounded on Wednesday in an ambush in Niger while on a training mission with troops from

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Posted On: 05 Oct 2017

Zimbabwe President Robert Muga

  Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe has been married to his wife Grace for more than 20 years, but the last few months may well have been the most trying p

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Posted On: 05 Oct 2017

Tanzanian president discloses

  Tanzanian President John Magufuli has revealed he earns a salary of 9 million Tanzanian shillings ($4,000) per month, making him one of the lowest paid

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Posted On: 04 Oct 2017

Zimbabwe police hold reporter

  Police in Zimbabwe detained a journalist for reporting that President Robert Mugabe's wife allegedly donated used underwear and women's nightgowns to ru

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Posted On: 04 Oct 2017

Four South Sudanese soldiers k

Rebels in South Sudan killed four soldiers when they attacked a strategic northeastern town to try to push the government out ahead of a resumption of peace

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Posted On: 03 Oct 2017

Kenyan Police Use Tear Gas, Ba

  Kenyan police used tear gas and batons on Tuesday to disperse protesters calling for election officials to be sacked before the re-run of a contested

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Posted On: 26 Sep 2017

Former Rwandan presidential as

  Rwandan police have arrested Diane Rwigara, a leading critic of Rwandan President Paul Kagame and a women's rights activist, for alleged offenses agains

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Posted On: 25 Sep 2017

Ugandan police tear gas protes

  Ugandan police on Thursday fired tear gas to disperse protesters and arrested dozens of people opposed to plans to introduce legislation that could allo

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Posted On: 22 Sep 2017

Nine killed in fighting betwee

  Fighting between the military and police backed by intelligence forces killed nine people in the Somali capital on Saturday, police said.  

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Posted On: 18 Sep 2017

At least 30 Burundian refugees

  At least 30 Burundian refugees have been killed in clashes with Congolese security forces over plans to send some of them home, a Reuters witness and lo

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Posted On: 18 Sep 2017

Ethiopia: 55,000 people displa

  The provincial government of Ethiopia's restive Oromia region says 55,000 ethnic Oromos have been displaced by ethnic Somalis in the neighboring Somali

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Posted On: 18 Sep 2017

Kenya election rerun in doubt

  Doubts are growing over Kenya's ability to hold a rerun of its presidential election in just one month as key players remain unable to agree on how to c

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Posted On: 17 Sep 2017

DR Congo forces kill at least

  Overwhelmed' troops shot at refugees who were protesting against plans to be sent home, official says.   Security forces in the Democratic Republ

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Posted On: 17 Sep 2017

Tunisia lifts ban on Muslim wo

  President's initiative secures Tunisian women's right to choose spouse despite opposition from mainstream Muslim clerics   Tunisia has abolished

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Posted On: 14 Sep 2017

At Least 32 Killed in Ethiopia

  At least 32 people have been killed in clashes across Ethiopia's Oromia and Somali regions following clashes between rival ethnic Somali and Oromo for

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Posted On: 14 Sep 2017

Why Liberian President Ellen J

  When Liberians go to the polls in October 2017, there will be a disproportionate number of men on the ballot papers.   Only 163 of 1026

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Posted On: 14 Sep 2017