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Nigeria's interior minister refuses to quit over fatal stadium stampede

Nigeria's interior minister rejects calls for his resignation over a fatal stadium stampede. Meanwhile, critics ask "what's the point?" as a national conference on the challenges faced by the country kicks off in Abuja. Also, Libya's tanker crisis is brought to an end when the renegade Morning Glory and its contraband cargo of crude is seized by US Navy seals.

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2015-04-20 Somalia

Al-Shabaab bomb kills 4 unicef workers in Somalia

Several UN workers number amongst the dead as Al Shabaab targets a bus used by the organisations children’s agency. South Africa’s Zulu king insists that his inflammatory speech...

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2015-04-18 Yemen

Xenophobic attacks in South Africa prompt regional crisis

Zimbabwe, Malawi and Mozambique prepare to evacuate their nationals from South Africa, this after a wave of xenophobic attacks targeting foreign nationals spreads. Also, as the...

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2015-04-16 South Africa

President Zuma condemns xenophobic attacks in South Africa

"Shocking and unacceptable": those are the words of South African president Jacob Zuma after the recent attacks on foreigners. Also, another tragedy in the Mediterranean -...

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2015-04-15 Togo

South Africa: Foreigners flee after attacks

Mozambique and Malawi say they will help their citizens flee South Africa after a series of xenophobic attacks that have left hundreds camping out on sports fields. Also, low...

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2015-04-14 Nigeria

Nigeria: One year on, 219 Chibok girls still missing

Nigeria marks a year since Boko Haram's mass kidnapping in Chibok. 219 schoolgirls have now been held in captivity for 365 days. Also, at least 10 are killed in Mogadishu as Al...

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