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14 year-old Kenyan girl charged over fire that killed nine pupils
A 14-year-old Kenyan girl was charged Wednesday with multiple counts of murder for allegedly starting a fire at a Nairobi school dormitory that left nine other schoolgirls dead.
Promised Guinea local elections delayed again
Local elections in Guinea, expected since 2005, will not take place before the end of the year, an opposition party spokesman said Monday, a month after demonstrations calling for polls.
Zimbabwe can feed itself again, Mugabe claims
Zimbabwe produced enough food to feed its people for the first time since adopting a controversial policy to strip land from white farmers, President Robert Mugabe told parliament on Tuesday.
18 dead in attack on convoy in Egypt's Sinai: sources
Militants killed 18 people in an attack Monday on a security convoy in Egypt's North Sinai, where police and troops are battling a jihadist insurgency, security and medical sources said.
Somali troops flee to Kenya to escape Shabaab attack
Somali soldiers, some of them wounded, fled across the border into Kenya during an attack by Islamic militants on the town of Bulo Hawo on Monday, security sources said.
Campaign group claims Zimbabwe diamonds funding government repression
Zimbabwe's ruling elite has diverted the country's vast diamond riches to help fund repression by dodging sanctions and raising money for security forces, an anti-corruption campaign group alleged Monday.
DR Congo bus accident leaves 25 dead, dozens injured
Twenty five people were killed and 57 others injured Sunday when a bus overturned in the southeast of the Democratic Republic of Congo, according to an official toll.
Suicide bomber kills 4 at Somalia cafe
A suicide bomber killed at least four people in central Somalia on Sunday, a security source said, in an attack claimed by the Al-Qaeda-aligned Shabaab movement.
Togo opposition unconvinced by reform bill proposal
Togo opposition leaders on Sunday said they were not hopeful of political change, as parliament prepared to discuss potential constitutional reform after days of huge anti-government protests.
UN calls for more global commitment to SDGs
UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed has called for escalated efforts by Nations for the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to ensure that the 2030 deadline is met.
'Horrifying surge' of violence in Central Africa: Amnesty
Civilians in a central province of the strife-torn Central African Republic are enduring "a horrifying surge in torture, pillage and forced displacement", Amnesty International reported Friday.
Leaked memo reveals failings in Kenya's election body
The chairman of Kenya's election commission has written to the panel's CEO, questioning a host of failings in the conduct of last month's presidential poll, annulled by the Supreme Court.