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    ISIS Affiliate Claims Deadly Attack on U.S. Troops in Niger
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    Up to 64 Migrants Drown in Weekend Sinking Off Libya
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    Former Zimbabwe Ministers Loyal to Mugabe Charged With Corruption
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    At Least 12 Killed, Hundres Injured in South Africa Train Crash
  • Generous Retirement Package for Zimbabwe’s Ousted Robert Mugabe
    Generous Retirement Package for Zimbabwe’s Ousted Robert Mugabe
  • Thousands Rally in Support of East Libya’s Commander
    Thousands Rally in Support of East Libya’s Commander
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    Four Dead in Ambush of World Food Programme Convoy in Nigeria
  • Gunmen Assassinate Mayor of Libya’s Biggest Port City
    Gunmen Assassinate Mayor of Libya’s Biggest Port City
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    ANC Prepares to Choose New Leader
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    Suicide Bomber Attacks Police Academy in Somalia’s Capital, at Least 3 Killed
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    Oscar Pistorius Is Injured in Prison Fight After Arguing While in Line to Use the Phone
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    Special Report: How Monsanto’s GM Cotton Sowed Trouble in Africa
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    Nigeria Puts Fortress Towns at Heart of New Boko Haram Strategy
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  • Kenya President Sworn-In as Police Block Rival Opposition Meeting
    Kenya President Sworn-In as Police Block Rival Opposition Meeting
  • ‘Treacherous Shenanigans’—the Inside Story of Mugabe’s Downfall
    ‘Treacherous Shenanigans’—the Inside Story of Mugabe’s Downfall
  • Ousted Zimbabwe Finance Minister Chombo in Court to Face Corruption Charges
    Ousted Zimbabwe Finance Minister Chombo in Court to Face Corruption Charges
  • Mnangagwa, the ‘Crocodile,’ Sworn in as Zimbabwe President
    Mnangagwa, the ‘Crocodile,’ Sworn in as Zimbabwe President
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    South African Appeals Court More Than Doubles Pistorius Sentence
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    Egyptian Double as El Sherbini and Elshorbagy Victorious in Hong Kong Open
  • Zimbabwe’s Mugabe Resigns, Ending Four Decades of Rule
    Zimbabwe’s Mugabe Resigns, Ending Four Decades of Rule
  • Suicide Bomber Kills at Least 50 in Northeastern Nigeria
    Suicide Bomber Kills at Least 50 in Northeastern Nigeria
  • President Mugabe Stuns Zimbabwe by Defying Pressure to Resign, Faces Impeachment
    President Mugabe Stuns Zimbabwe by Defying Pressure to Resign, Faces Impeachment
  • Mugabe Given Until Noon Monday to Quit as President of Zimbabwe
    Mugabe Given Until Noon Monday to Quit as President of Zimbabwe
  • Ecstatic Zimbabweans Flood Harare to Celebrate Expected Mugabe Downfall
    Ecstatic Zimbabweans Flood Harare to Celebrate Expected Mugabe Downfall
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    North Korea Increasingly Isolated After Another Country Cuts Ties With It