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Rising violence forces 40,000 more to flee CAR's east

The Norwegian Refugee Council says the number of refugees in the country's east has now reached 100,000.

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Vote to replace Kabila 'probably not possible' in 2017

President Kabila's refusal to stand down after end of his second term last December sparked deadly protests.

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Sudan government accused of downplaying 'cholera outbreak'

Sudan's government is being criticised for downplaying the spread of an infection that is feared to be a cholera outbreak.

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Dozens of refugees feared drowned off Libya

Seven children are among at least 35 people feared dead after their rubber boat sank in the sea.

Tripoli, Libya

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Kenya: Nine beheaded in suspected al-Shabab attack

Police say nine men killed in an overnight attack on a village in the coastal district of Lamu.

Lamu

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Kenya's Uhuru Kenyatta pulls out of election debates

Main presidential candidates back out of two debates in lead up to the August vote, citing format issues.

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ICC: S Africa broke rules by failing to arrest Bashir

Pretoria went against Rome Statute in 2015 by preventing prosecution of Sudan's leader for war crimes, ICC says.

The ICC

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Haftar's forces declare victory in battle for Benghazi

Khalifa Haftar's self-styled Libyan National Army has been fighting for control of Libya's second city for three years.

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HRW raises concern over CAR 'war crimes'

Rights group blames impunity for widespread abuses in the African country between late 2014 and April 2017.

Central African Republi

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Truck accident in Central African Republic kills 78

Dozens more injured as the heavily-loaded truck crashed outside the town of Bambari on its way to a weekly market.

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