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Three aid workers killed in restive South Sudan

World Food Programme says contract workers were hacked to death with machetes and shot in violence earlier this week.

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Police officers die in ambush near Dar es Salaam

Motive not apparent but home minister pledges to hunt down unnamed assailants targeting police officers and civilians.

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Three years on, 195 Chibok schoolgirls still captive

Activists hold rallies amid anger that government efforts to negotiate the schoolgirls' freedom have stalled.

Chibok schoolgirls

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Suspect arrested in Congo murder of UN workers

One other suspect escaped after he was taken into custody in connection to last month's murder of two UN investigators.

UN workers

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Museveni critic 'resists forced psychiatric exam'

Lawyer for academic critical of president alleges authorities want to confine her to a mental hospital.

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97 missing after asylum seeker boat sinks off Libya

Survivors tell authorities 15 women and five children among the missing after boat headed for European shores sinks.

Survivors

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UPND leader Hakainde Hichilema charged with treason

Opposition leader charged with treason after his motorcade allegedly blocked Zambian President Edgar Lungu's convoy.

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Political parties stage anti-Zuma protests in Pretoria

Thousands of demonstrators gather near Union Buildings in Pretoria to demand country's president to step down.

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'Alarming' rise in Boko Haram child suicide bombers

UNICEF report highlights increase in the number of children, mostly girls, used by armed group in the Lake Chad region.

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UN seeks to broker new talks on Western Sahara

Proposals from both Morocco and Polisario independence movement should be addressed, UN chief tells Security Council.

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