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Belgian expert: #WHO messed up #Ebola response

Co-discoverer of Ebola virus says World Health Organisation "took too long" to declare state of emergency.

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Al-Shabab claims deadly Mogadishu bombing

UN convoy escorted by private security targeted in Somali capital's airport complex, leaving at least four people dead.

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#Zambia ruling party splits ahead of polls

Factions in Patriotic Front select rival candidates for next month's vote, raising possibility opposition could win.

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#Libya warehouse and factory hit in airstrikes

Eight killed and 24 injured in Zwara with one side blaming former general Hifter's forces who say they were arms depots.

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Gunmen kill dozens in attack on #Kenya mine

Al-Shabab claim responsibility for the attack on a stone quarry that left at least 36 people dead.

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Report: Ebola-hit countries facing recession

The World Bank says Guinea and Sierra Leone face recession as businesses continue to struggle during the crisis.

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#Kenya leader sacks minister after massacre

Uhuru Kenyatta announces security shake-up, firing interior minister after al-Shabab claims slaughter of 36 people.

Uhuru Kenyatta

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Armed men hurl grenades at #Kenya town club

At least one person feared dead and five wounded in town of Wajir after three blasts and gunshots, Red Cross says.

wajir

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Campaigners: 'Beginning of the end' for #AIDS

Leading campaign group says the tipping point in fight against disease globally has been reached but still more to do.

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Twin blasts hit Nigerian market

At least 10 people reportedly killed in the capital of Borno state hours after explosions and gunfire rocked Yobe state.

Maiduguri

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