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Mali: Soumaila Cisse rejects results as ballot counting under way

Mali opposition candidate Soumaila Cisse charges fraud in Mali elections marked by low turnout due to security fears.

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Counting under way as Malians vote in tense presidential runoff

Tight security as President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita faces ex-finance minister Soumaila Cisse in second round of voting.

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Mali goes to polls in crucial election runoff

President Ibrahim Keita faces former finance minister Soumaila Cisse who finished second in July's first round.

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Kenya: Officials accused of corruption in flagship rail project

Officials, business people and companies charged with misdealing during China-funded flagship railway's construction.

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Cameroon to probe new video of 'armed forces' killing civilians

Amnesty calls footage credible evidence to support allegations that Cameroon's armed forces committed 'grave crimes'.

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Zimbabwe: Opposition challenges election result in court

The inauguration of Mnangagwa is delayed after the opposition coalition files a legal challenge to election results.

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Sudan: Ruling party chooses Bashir as candidate for 2020 election

Omar al-Bashir had previously said he would step down when his second and final term ends in 2020.

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Port Elizabeth's dams at lower level than Cape Town

Day zero, the day when city water runs out, appears to move down coast of South Africa.

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DR Congo: International groups laud Kabila's decision to bow out

The US, EU, African Union and UN mission to Congo say Kabila’s decision has calmed fears in the country.

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Mali: Blow for Cisse as opposition leaders decline runoff support

Third and fourth-place finishers in first round of Mali’s election refuse to endorse either of second-round candidates.

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