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Al-Sisi's Egypt: Is the crackdown justified? (part 2)

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Latest update : 2013-08-05

Mali vote set for second round

Mali is set for a run-off presidential vote in a little over a week, as official results released Friday gave no single candidate an outright majority. Also, in Zimbabwe, President Mugabe's party's routed the competition in the parliamentary vote – not a good sign for those hoping for a change at the top from presidential elections that were also held Wednesday. And Tunisia's military launches an assault on jihadist militants hiding in the mountainous regions on the border with Algeria.



2014-11-20 Eritrea

Eritrea's youth exodus: Renewed conscription drive sparks emigration

The UN puts a mass youth exodus from Eritrea down to a renewed conscription drive in the country. Also, Nigerian lawmakers say the state of emergency brought in to tackle the...

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2014-11-19 Africa

Ivory Coast: Soldiers return to barracks after protests over pay

After a night of protests, soldiers in Ivory Coast have returned to their barracks after the government agreed to pay back wages to thousands of former rebels currently serving...

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2014-11-18 Burkina Faso

Kenya unrest: Four killed in revenge attacks after mosque raids

In Kenya, rampaging youths kill four people in the coastal city of Mombasa. This comes after police raids on two mosques suspected of militant activity. Also, Burkina Faso's...

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2014-11-17 Africa

Burkina Faso names Michel Kafando interim leader

Burkina Faso names former foreign minister Michel Kafando as interim president. This comes a day after political and military leaders outlined a year-long transition to...

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2014-11-14 Africa

CAF spokesman Junior Binyam explains why Equatorial Guinea will host 2015 Africa Cup of Nations

The Confederation of African Football confirms Equatorial Guinea as hosts of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations. We speak to Junior Binyam, a spokesman for the Confederation of...

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