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At least 30 missing after Cameroon army boat capsizes

Three soldiers rescued after boat belonging to brigade battling Nigeria-based Boko Haram reportedly sinks off the coast.

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Malians march against constitution referendum

Referendum to decide on extra powers for President Keita, creation of new regions and recognition for Tuareg homeland.

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Opposition cries foul as Congo votes for parliament

More than two million voters expected to elect National Assembly members as well as local councils.

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Police fire tear gas at protesters demanding fair vote

Opposition supporters in Harare protest against what they say are plans to rig presidential elections next year.

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UN: Another 38 probable mass graves found in DR Congo

Violence between troops and armed fighters in the DR Congo has killed thousands of people since August.

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Cameroon-Nigeria border: 12 killed in suicide attack

More than 40 others wounded as two female bombers target busy area in northern Cameroon, local officials say.

Cameroon-Nigeria border

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Sudan freezes talks with US over sanctions

President Omar al-Bashir announced the decision with "regret" after Trump delayed easing trade embargo with Sudan.

Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir

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China to open first overseas military base in Djibouti

China's deal with Djibouti allows the presence of up to 10,000 soldiers in the country until 2026.

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US threatens sanctions on anyone delaying DR Congo vote

The US says it's ready to act against efforts to hinder the DRC's already delayed election to replace President Kabila.

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Zambia parliament approves 90-day state of emergency

Opposition boycotts vote, calls President Edgar Lungu's emergency decree a plot to 'silence critics and kill democracy'.

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