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Mass rape of women prisoners during DR Congo jail riot
More than 20 women prisoners were raped after a riot broke out in a jail in the southeastern Democratic Republic of Congo in September, investigators said Tuesday.
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Eswatini PM moved to South Africa for Covid-19 treatment
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The prime minister of Eswatini, Africa's last absolute monarchy, has been taken to neighbouring South Africa for treatment, more than two weeks after he contracted Covid-19, the government said Tuesday.
Mali, foreign military bases attacked in north
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Suspected militants attacked several Malian and foreign military bases with mortars and rockets in the north of the country on Monday, military sources said.
Ethiopia's Abiy says has Tigray leaders in his sights
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Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed said Monday Tigray region's dissident leaders had fled west of the regional capital after weeks of fighting, but said federal forces were monitoring them closely and would "attack" them soon.
Ethiopia's PM Abiy: From peace prize to air strikes
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Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed came to power promising real democracy, promoting women and feverishly planting...
Ghana to elect president in ‘battle of two giants’
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West African gold producer Ghana is preparing to elect a president on Dec. 7, in a race dubbed the “battle of two giants.”
Africa lacks preparedness for virus vaccine roll-out
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The World Health Organization on Thursday urged African countries to improve their capacity to vaccinate populations against Covid-19, warning the continent was still "far from ready"
UN flies aid into Sudan for Ethiopian refugees
The United Nations said 32 tons of emergency aid were flown into Khartoum on Friday to help the growing number of refugees fleeing into Sudan from Ethiopia.
PM Abiy meets AU envoys for talks on Ethiopia conflict
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed on Friday met with African Union envoys to discuss the conflict in Tigray, where the army is poised for what he has called the final offensive against regional forces.
Morocco upholds jail terms for Sahrawis over 2010 killings
A Moroccan appeals court has upheld jail sentences ranging up to life for 23 Sahrawis over the killings of security personnel a decade ago, a defence lawyer said.
Burkina Faso incumbent Kabore wins presidential election
Burkina Faso's President Roch Marc Christian Kabore has won a second term after gaining an outright majority in the first round of elections, the country's electoral board announced Thursday.
South Africa's Ramaphosa to face first no-confidence motion
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa faces a no-confidence motion next week, a parliament official said Thursday, his first since taking power nearly three years ago.
Sudan's former PM Sadiq al-Mahdi dies of coronavirus
Sudan's former prime minister and top opposition figure Sadiq al-Mahdi has died from a coronavirus infection, his party said.