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DRC: Death toll rises in anti-government protests

At least seven people have been killed and more than 120 arrested in protests calling for DRC president to step down.

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DRC protests: 'Three killed' in anti-government rallies

Security forces in the DRC accused of shooting dead two people in Kinshasa and another one in Kananga.

Kinshasa, Kananga

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DRC blocks internet as anti-Kabila protests planned

Government orders countrywide shutdown of internet and SMS service as church activists vow to defy protest ban.

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Zambia deploys army to fight cholera outbreak

President Edgar Lungu directs military to help fight a cholera outbreak that has claimed 41 lives since late September.

Cholera

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George Weah declared winner of Liberia vote

Former footballer George Weah earned 61.5 percent of the vote, compared to 38.5 percent for his opponent, Joseph Boakai.

George Weah

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George Weah: From football star to Liberia president

Ex-AC Milan striker won 61 percent of votes to defeat ruling party candidate and Liberian Vice President Joseph Boakai.

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George Weah set to win Liberia presidential runoff

Ex-football star wins election with 61 percent of vote in West African country's first democratic transition since 1944.

George Weah

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Ethiopian workers 'beaten and robbed' by Saudi police

Undocumented workers say they saw their compatriots shot at and wounded by police when they tried to escape roundups.

Ethiopian workers

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Angola loses contact with first commercial satellite

Space agency says too early to say satellite completely lost, day after AngoSat-1 was launched from Kazakhstan facility.

satellite

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Angola eyes big benefits from AngoSat-1 launch

Launch of communications satellite from Kazakh facility puts sub-Saharan African country on the map in the space race.

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