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WaterAid: Access to clean water lacking worldwide

World facing water crisis, with one in nine people already lacking access to clean water close to home, says report.

WaterAid

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Deadly car bomb blast rocks Somalia's capital Mogadishu

Explosion outside popular hotel in Mogadishu kills at least 14 people and wounds 10, interior ministry spokesman says.

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Zimbabwe's Emmerson Mnangagwa pardons 3,000 prisoners

All women, except those with life sentences, and all juvenile prisoners under the age of 18 are granted amnesty.

Emmerson Mnangagwa

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Captors release group of abducted Nigerian schoolgirls

Children were abducted from school by about 50 armed men in the northern town of Dapchi last month.

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Nigerian forces failed to act on mass abduction warnings: Amnesty

Rights group investigation says military and police received at least five calls hours before the attack by gunmen.

schoolgirls

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Sudan, the world's last white northern Rhino, dies

Sudan was euthanised after suffering 'age-related complications', leaving only two females of his species in the world.

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UNSC: 13 million people need humanitarian aid in DR Congo

Citing ongoing political turmoil, malnutrition, and a cholera outbreak, UN says millions need aid in the DRC.

Congolese soldier

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UN backs 'free, fair, credible' July elections in Zimbabwe

Vote will be the first big test for Emmerson Mnangagwa who became Zimbabwe's president in November.

President Mnangagwa

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Ethiopia accuses Eritrea of trying to destabilise its security

Accusations come as Ethiopia continues to be under a state of emergency since its former prime minister resigned.

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Madagascar hit by another tropical cyclone

Eliakim is the second storm to impact the country in the last two weeks.

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