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Ethiopia PM reaches deal with soldiers demanding raises: Report

Details of agreement unclear after hundreds of soldiers marched to capital demanding pay rises and operational review.

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UAE violating Somalia arms embargo: Report

Abu Dhabi also accused of building an army base in Somaliland, according to an unpublished UN report.

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South African finance minister Nene resigns over Gupta scandal

Nhlanhla Nene resigned after he admitted to visiting a business family at the heart of a corruption scandal.

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Horrific accident in Kenya leaves 50 dead

The bus going from capital Nairobi to western town of Kakamega had 52 on board when it overturned.

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Cameroon opposition candidate Maurice Kamto claims election win

Opposition candidate Maurice Kamto claims he has received a clear mandate from the people and intends to defend it.

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Libya's eastern forces arrest top Egyptian al-Qaeda fighter

Hesham Ashmawi was sentenced to death in absentia for masterminding a string of deadly attacks in his native Egypt.

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Cameroon vote count begins, President Paul Biya likely to return

Results of the presidential election, marked by violence in Anglophone areas, expected within two weeks.

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Libyan PM looks to broaden support with cabinet reshuffle

UN-backed government announces cabinet reshuffle as the North African country attempts to rein in armed groups.

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Gabon ruling party claims election win

The ruling Gabonese Democratic Party has won 80 of the 143 seats in the national parliament, the presidency says.

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DR Congo: Dozens killed in oil tanker collision

Officials say at least 50 killed after oil tanker collided with vehicle in Mbuba village, 200km southwest of Kinshasa.

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