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#Niger peacekeepers to remain in #Mali

Niger says it will not be intimidated into leaving Mali a day after nine of its peacekeepers were killed in an ambush in the neighbouring country.

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UN chief 'outraged' by deadly #Mali ambush

Strong condemnation has greeted the killing of nine UN peacekeepers from Niger by assailants on motorbikes in northeastern Mali.

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Trains 'transported' HIV across the world

A new scientific research in the genetic history of HIV has revealed that the pandemic behind the deaths of 36 million people had most likely originated in the Democratic Republic of Congo in the 1920s.

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Libyan soldiers killed in #Benghazi clashes

At least 12 Libyan soldiers have been killed and 45 more wounded in fresh clashes with Islamist fighters near the airport of the eastern city of Benghazi, according to local sources.

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#Liberia places restrictions on #Ebola coverage

Liberia's government has said that journalists will now need official permission to cover the Ebola outbreak under new rules aimed at protecting patient privacy.

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Nine UN peacekeepers killed in #Mali ambush

MINUDMANine United Nations peacekeepers have been killed in Mali in the deadliest attack yet on the UN mission to the West African country, a spokesman for the mission said.

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Sierra Leone #Ebola 'spreading like wildfire'

Five people are being infected with Ebola every hour in Sierra Leone and the rate is expected to double by the end of October, the Save the Children charity has warned.

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Dead Boko Haram leader seen 'alive' in video

A man appearing to be Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau has dismissed Nigerian military claims of his death in a new video obtained by the AFP news agency.

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#MSF rejects #Ebola cash and asks for medics

Global aid agency Doctors Without Borders (MSF) has said it rejected cash for the Ebola response from Australia, asking the country instead to deploy desperately-needed medical teams to West Africa.

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#Libya suicide blasts leave 40 soldiers dead

rival forcesA series of suicide bombings in Libya has left at least 40 soldiers dead, as opponents and supporters of a renegade ex-general clashed for control of a key air base in the port city of Benghazi.

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