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Latest update : 2013-12-04

CAR crisis rocketing up international agenda

It's a big week for the Central African Republic. Ahead of a UN Security Council vote on an international response to its crisis, extra French troops begin trying to make inroads into the deepening violence. Also, the Congolese president heads to Kampala for rebel peace talks after an East African Heads of State weekend meeting in the Ugandan capital. They have agreed on plans for a common currency.

By Georja CALVIN-SMITH

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2014-08-28 Madagascar

Ebola in Nigeria: First death outside of Lagos

Nigeria reports its 6th death from the Ebola epidemic that has now killed over 1,500 people across west africa. Niger's leader of the opposition and parliamentary speaker Hama...

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2014-08-27 Libya

Niger : Top Oppostion figure to be questioned in baby trafficking scandal

In the latest development in a baby traffiking scandal in Niger, law makers voted to allow a top opposition figure, who's also the president of parliement, to be questioned by...

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2014-08-27 Ebola

Liberia: President dismisses top officials who ignored call back

No nonsense Sirleaf runs out of patience with top officials overseas who dragged their feet over a call back to Liberia to help lead the response to the Ebola epidemic. The US...

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2014-08-25 art

Hundreds of Nigerian soldiers flee Boko Haram into Cameroon

Hundreds of Nigerian soldiers are among a flood of people fleeing into Cameroon following Boko Haram attacks. The government says it was a tactical charge, others suspect that...

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2014-08-22 Central African Republic

DRC mass rape trial: Scarred victim says 'Colonel 106' ordered sexual attack

Judges in eastern DRC flinch as a witness shows her wounds from being sexually assaulted and burned alive, allegedly by fighters led by a colonel on trial for crimes against...

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