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Aid groups can’t operate, leaving almost 250,000 Nigerian children severely malnourished

“I hope the number [of dead] will not reach 1,000,” said Zlatko Gegic, Oxfam’s South Sudan country director.

The country’s leader asks for more supplies just days after his forces shelled U.N. compounds.

Fighting continues for a third day. Thousands flee to U.N. base as it is in the line of fire.

Months after a peace deal, the world's youngest country is still seen by many as a powder keg.

The Israeli prime minister, visiting Africa this week, hopes to strengthen diplomatic ties in exchange for security expertise.

A company that caters to wealthy UAE tourists was welcomed back after a suspension.

The Somali Islamist extremist group al-Shabab claimed responsibility for the attack.

As public protector, Thulisile Madonsela has taken on the government at every level, including the presidency.

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His Polisario Front has battled for control of a mineral-rich area.

  • Aomar Ouali, Elaine Ganley
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A 16-year campaign by victims and rights activists has brought Hissene Habre to justice.

  • Paul Schemm
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The 19-year-old was among more than 200 students held by the Islamist group.

Extremists are launching attacks in nations such as Senegal, which has no history of terrorism.

Tryst was opened by Aya Lemma, who worked at the original shop and now lives in Addis.

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As members of the diaspora return and reshape the nation, many encounter difficulties.

  • Paul Schemm
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