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Latest update : 2013-08-29

Bangui citizens seek safety at airport

In the Central African Republic, residents in Bangui flee violence by ex-rebel fighters by heading to the airport. Also, the UN continues to fight alongside the DR Congo army in bombarding rebel positions around Goma. Finally, we take a look at the difficulties faced by Nigerian refugees forced over the border by insurgent attacks.

By Georja Calvin-Smith

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2014-08-14 World War II

Ebola threatens Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers

International concern about the deadly West African outbreak sees the Confederation of African Football postponing qualifying games for the continent's 2015 tournament....

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2014-08-14 Uganda

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2014-08-15 Africa

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2014-08-12 South Africa

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2014-08-12 Nigeria

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Ivory Coast shuts down air travel to the West African countries worst hit by the Ebola epidemic. Meanwhile, Cameroonian authorities launch a fightback against Boko Haram amid...

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