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More than 30 killed in Kenya after dam collapse

The dam in the Rift Valley region of the country burst its walls, sweeping away hundreds of homes, officials say.

Rift Valley

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Of climate change and Kenya's rains

Warm ocean boosts East Africa's rain in a wet season that has already left more than 130 people dead.

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DRC: Fresh Ebola outbreak kills two in Equateur Province

Democratic Republic of Congo confirms Ebola outbreak less than a year after it was declared free of the disease.

2014 Ebola

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Two cases of Ebola confirmed in Democratic Republic of Congo

Emergency measures implemented in Democratic Republic of Congo as 21 suspected Ebola cases reported.

Ebola cases in Bikoro,

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Rwanda landslides: At least 18 killed after heavy downpour

Mudslides hit Rwanda's Northern and Western provinces, taking death toll from flooding to more than 200 since January.

Rwanda landslides

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Nigeria: 1,000 hostages rescued from Boko Haram

Regional task force helps to secure the release of the captives, mostly women and children, army spokesman says.

Borno State

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Opposition faction agrees to join South Sudan's ruling party

Announcement by First Vice President Taban Deng Gai comes days before peace talks are scheduled to begin in Ethiopia.

Kiir (C)

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Tunisia's Ennahdha party tops landmark local vote: state TV

Municipal polls were delayed four times since 2011 uprising due to logistics, administrative and political hurdles.

local vote

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Fight between bandits and militia in northern Nigeria kills 45

Militia responds to attack by armed bandits on Gwaska village in Kaduna state as fighting leaves dozens dead.

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Tunisia votes in first municipal elections since 2011 uprising

Municipal polls were delayed four times since 2011 uprising due to logistic, administrative and political hurdles.

Tunisia votes

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Haftar's forces in bid to regain control of Ras Lanuf and Al-Sidra oil terminals in Libya's northeastern oil crescent.

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