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23 killed as truck carrying migrants overturns in Libya

At least 23 people have died after a truck carrying hundreds of migrants overturned in Libya, according to local media.

Bani Walid is located  southeast of Tripoli

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South Africa's ANC says Zuma must leave office

ANC's National Executive Committee says Zuma's removal 'should be treated with urgency', but no deadline is set.

President Jacob Zuma

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South Africa: ANC to hold media briefing on Zuma's fate

Ruling party expected to make an announcement on President Zuma's fate, as reports say he will be removed from office.

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South Africa: ANC to decide on fate of Jacob Zuma

Ruling party's National Executive Committee to decide on future of Jacob Zuma, in meeting dubbed D-Day by media.

Jacob Zuma

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Former Liberian President Sirleaf wins Mo Ibrahim Prize

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf becomes the first woman to win the coveted prize for African leadership.

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Deadly mosque blast hits Libya's Benghazi

Deadly explosion in Libyan port city strikes mosque during Friday prayers, weeks after 33 died in a double car bombing.

mosque blast

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Libyan commander wanted by ICC hands himself in

Mahmoud al-Werfalli is sought by the International Criminal Court over alleged summary execution of dozens of people.

Mahmoud al-Werfalli

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South Sudan: More than 300 child soldiers released

The United Nations in South Sudan says 311 child soldiers have been released from armed groups in the war-torn country.

child soldiers

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Morocco: A rare snowfall for second time this winter

Air from the Arctic makes it down to northwest Africa again this winter covering the solar power station.

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Kenyan broadcasters back on air after government block

Two Kenyan broadcasters back on air a week after being shut down over plans to broadcast opposition leader's rally.

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