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Lesotho probes soldiers' presence near polling stations

Electoral commission says presence of armed soldiers intimidated some voters and surprised observers.

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Above a million disabled people at risk in South Sudan

HRW urges UN to assist disabled people, who are increasingly becoming vulnerable to violence in South Sudan’s civil war.

South Sudanese are internally displaced

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Lesotho: Voting under way in third election since 2012

Snap election is seen as a two-horse race between old rivals Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili and Thomas Thabane.

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Thousands rally across Morocco's Rif for eighth night

Stone-throwing protesters clash with police in Imzouren as calls for the release of a Popular Movement leader grow.

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Haftar and ISIL fighters launch attacks in Libya

Simultaneous attacks on UN-backed government come just hours after suspected Egyptian jets target areas south of Sirte.

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Botched vaccination kills 15 children in South Sudan

The same syringe was used, without sterilisation, on 300 children during a four-day vaccination campaign.

Health Minister Riek Gai Kok

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Double bombing kills several refugees in Kolofata camp

Double suicide attack kills civilians displaced by Boko Haram fighting in northern Cameroon, officials say.

Cameroon

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More than 40 migrants 'die of thirst' in Niger

Dozens attempting to reach Libya to get to Europe die of thirst as vehicle breaks down in northern Niger, officials say.

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Cape Town cuts back to survive 'stubborn' drought

Authorities call on residents of South African city to limit showers to two minutes and flush toilets only if necessary.

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CAR tops list of 'world's most neglected' crises

Norwegian aid agency says displaced Africans receive least economic and political support, as well as media attention.

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