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Burundi first to leave International Criminal Court

Burundi is the first country to withdraw from the ICC amid accusations that the court focuses too much on the continent.

International Criminal Court

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'Racist' farmers sentenced to prison over coffin case

Two men who shoved black victim into coffin and threatened to set him on fire sentenced to more than 10 years in jail.

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Explosive device kills UN peacekeepers in Mali

Deadly attack takes place north of Kidal, the base of the international peacekeeping force in the West African nation.

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Polls close as violence mars Kenya election rerun

At least three die as voting is delayed in four counties and clashes erupt between opposition protesters and police.

Nairobi, Kenya

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Tanzania Daima ban adds to press freedom concerns

Critics accuse President John Magufuli of undermining democracy after fourth critical newspaper is shut down since June.

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Number of homeless tops record in CAR: UN

UN says that 1.1 million people have lost their homes in a war without end in the Central African Republic.

Bangassou Cathedral Bangui

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Vote rerun: What is happening in Kenya today?

Clashes plague the presidential election rerun in Kenya as questions mount over the country's political future.

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Raila Odinga urges Kenyans to boycott 'sham' election

Kenyan president urges voters to take part in election re-run, as opposition leader urges them to stay away from polls.

Raila Odinga

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Moroccan king fires ministers over development delays

King Mohammed sacked four ministers along with other officials over 'imbalances' in development plan.

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UNESCO: 264 million children have no access to school

Globally, over 260 million people have no access to education; this failure requires a collective international response.

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In first public remarks since returning to country, Emmerson Mnangagwa tells supporters he wants to grow the economy.

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