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DRC: Katanga given 12-year jail term by ICC

Victims were literally carved limb from limb, said the judge of the International Criminal Court as he today sentenced one-time Congolese militia boss Germain Katanga to 12 years in prison for his role in a brutal massacre of a village in 2003. Known as Simba, Katanga was convicted of war crimes back in March.

By Georja CALVIN-SMITH

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2017-02-22 Somalia

Somalian President asks Al Shabaab to lay down their weapons

In tonight's edition, new Somalian president asks Al Shabaab to lay down their weapons, judges rule South Africa's planned exit of the ICC unconstitutional and displaced people...

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2017-02-21 Ivory Coast

Novotel attack trial gets under way in Ivory Coast

In tonight's edition: ten men go on trial in Ivory Coast accused of kidnapping and killing four people in Ivory Coast in 2011, Ghana's new leader says it's going to be tough to...

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2017-02-20 South Sudan

Famine in South Sudan: More than 100,000 people face starvation

In tonight's edition: the South Sudanese government declares a famine in Unity State, a possible change to the Zambian football constitution sparks a debate on homosexuality and...

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2017-02-17 Boko Haram

Nigeria: Suicide bombers die in failed attack with suspected Boko Haram links

In tonight's edition: a planned mass suicide attack in the capital of Nigeria's north-east Borno State leaves only the assailants dead. Also, hundreds of migrants have broken...

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2017-02-16 South Africa

Armyworm caterpillars threaten food supply in southern Africa, UN warns

In tonight's edition: 17 banks are accused of colluding to fix the price of the rand, DR Congo prepares for its next elections and armyworms devastate crops across southern Africa.

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