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Latest update : 2013-09-18

Tensions in Guinea ahead of next week's vote

Tensions are high in Guinea ahead of next week's parliamentary vote. Mediators are hoping the ruling party and the opposition will see eye to eye and avoid postponing the polls yet again. Next, journalists are under pressure in North Africa. A Moroccan editor has been arrested for publishing a video by al Qaeda - this as Tunisians take to the streets to defend press freedom. Finally, we bring you an exclusive report on the group accused of mounting a coup in the DRC.

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2014-04-17 DR Congo

Virunga Park chief shot

On the eve of Algeria's presidential election there is not much doubt that the vote will deliver Abdelaziz Bouteflika a fourth term despite his failing health. Also the chief...

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2014-04-16 Rwanda

Rwandan singer amongst terror plot suspects

There is a narrow escape for several girls who managed to leap off a truck after over 100 students were abducted by islamist extremists in northeastern Nigeria. Soldiers are now...

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2014-04-14 Algeria

Over 70 killed in Nigeria bus station terror attack

Dozens are killed as a packed Abuja bus station is targetted by a powerful bomb. Nigeria's president says the attack bears the hall marks of Boko Haram. Also Guineans are hoping...

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2014-04-11 Somalia

Kenya: Kenyan citizens allegedly caught up in Somali round-up

Political opposition to the Kenyan government's mass round-up of ethnic Somalis is gathering momentum. Some 4,000 people have been arrested in the crackdown, which began a week...

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2014-04-10 United Nations

Central African Republic: Security Council backs peacekeeping force

The UN Security Council has voted to send a peacekeeping force to the Central African Republic. The country has faced escalating violence since a short-lived takeover by Seleka...

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