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Violent clashes in northern Togo after imam arrested
Violence broke out in Togo's second city, Sokode, after the arrest of an imam close to the country's main opposition, fuelling tensions after weeks of anti-government protests.
Protester shot dead in Kenya opposition stronghold: witness
A young protester was shot dead in western Kenya on Monday as hundreds of opposition supporters again took to the streets demanding reforms ahead of a presidential election, witnesses told AFP.
Horse-trading begins for Liberia presidential runoff
Liberian parties began internal talks on Monday on whether to back former international footballer George Weah or incumbent Vice President Joseph Boakai in a runoff for the presidency.
Somalia's deadliest bombing kills 276, injures 300
Desperate Somalis searched for news of missing loved-ones on Monday, after a massive truck bomb in Mogadishu killed at least 276 people and left 300 injured in the deadliest ever attack to hit the conflict-torn nation.
Geroge Weah, Joseph Boakai face presidential runoff next month
With tallies in from 95.6 percent of polling stations, Weah took 39.0 percent of the votes and Boakai 29.1 percent, both well short of the 50 percent barrier required to win outright from the first round of voting held on Tuesday.
Demonstrators demand justice for slain Burkina Faso leader Thomas Sankara
Hundreds of demonstrators in Burkina Faso marked the 30th anniversary of Thomas Sankara's assassination by demanding truth and justice on Sunday for the assassinated revolutionary leader.
I, not George Weah, will win election, Liberian vice president boasts
Vice-President Joseph Boakai of Liberia says “nothing is going to stop” his victory in the October 10 presidential elections.
At least four dead in plane crash off Ivory Coast
An Antonov cargo plane that crashed off Ivory Coast Saturday, killing four, was chartered by the French army as part of the anti-jihadist Operation Barkhane, military sources said.
Boko Haram fighters surrender in northern Cameroon
Nearly 60 men who said they were captured by the Boko Haram Islamist group and forced to fight for them in Nigeria have surrendered to authorities in northern Cameroon.
Cameroon probes deadly unrest in restive anglophone region
Cameroon has launched a probe into recent deadly violence linked to a symbolic declaration of independence in the west African nation's English-speaking region, the defence minister said Friday.
Chad withdraws troops from fight against Boko Haram in Niger
Chad has withdrawn hundreds of troops from neighbouring Niger, where they were helping local forces fight Boko Haram Islamist militants, humanitarian sources and officials said.
South Africa court clears way for Zuma graft prosecution
South Africa's Supreme Court of Appeal ruled on Friday that President Jacob Zuma can face prosecution on almost 800 charges of corruption relating to a 1990s arms deal.