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UN envoy criticises deadly attack in Libya's south

Martin Kobler expressed 'outrage' in response to reports of an attack by a militia loyal to the unity government.

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UN: South Sudan forces have committed capital crimes

UN human rights investigators say pro-government SPLA fighters killed, raped and tortured civilians in the town of Yei.

Juba

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Nigeria: Purported Chibok girl 'escapes' Boko Haram

Officials say the girl was found by Nigerian troops less than two weeks after 82 Chibok girls were freed by the group.

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Keita vows to keep fighting 'terrorist groups'

Ibrahim Boubacar Keita praises role of French troops in West African country beset by violence and ethnic strife.

UN peacekeepers in Mali

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BDK leader Ne Muanda Nsemi flees after DRC jailbreak

Separatist cult leader and about 50 other inmates freed after supporters attack prison in the capital Kinshasa.

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Red Cross: 115 bodies found in CAR's Bangassou

Scores of bodies discovered in border town where 26 people were previously reported dead, aid group says.

The violence in Bangassou

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UN: As many as 100 killed in CAR fighting

Militia violence spreads in rural areas of Central African Republic with UN official calling it 'highly worrying'.

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Ivory Coast soldiers accept deal to end mutiny

Soldiers reach deal on pay and agree to return to barracks, ending a revolt that paralysed country for four days.

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'500 people killed' in DR Congo's Kasai in five months

Police spokesman says about 390 rebels and more than 120 security forces killed in fighting in central Kasai province.

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Ivory Coast mutineers reject deal to end crisis

Spokesmen for soldiers rebelling over pay reject offer of $8,360 each as mutiny paralyses large parts of Ivory Coast.

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