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Why are tensions rising in the Red Sea region?

Egypt sends troops to Eritrea as Sudan and Turkey ink a deal to rebuild a Red Sea island and construct a naval dock.

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan

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New Boko Haram video purports to show Chibok girls

Girl appearing in footage says the abductees are safe, live g in comfort and do not want to be rescued.

Boko Haram video

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Deadly clashes in Libyan capital force airport to close

At least nine people killed and 32 wounded after rival Libyan groups fight for control over Mitiga airport.

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Tropical cyclone threatens Mauritius and Reunion

Southern Indian Ocean in line for collision with strengthening storm.

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Sudan deploys more troops to Eritrea border

Khartoum says its facing a 'threat' from its eastern border as tension in the Red Sea region continues to rise.

Red Sea island of Suakin to Turkey

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Tanzania leader rules out extending presidential terms

President Magufuli will not seek to extend presidential terms from five years to seven, his party says.

President John Magufuli

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African states demand Trump apologise for racist remark

Group of African ambassadors to the UN condemn 'xenophobic' comment by US president and call for retraction.

African states

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More protests expected in Tunisia after mass arrests

The UN says it is concerned about the number of arrests during anti-government protests in Tunisia.

Activists in Tunisia

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Alan Paton: Why is Google honouring him today

Author and activist Alan Paton showed life in pre-Apartheid South Africa to the world.

Alan Paton

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DRC floods leave 45 dead, thousands homeless

Floods in the middle of a cholera outbreak bring misery and death to densely packed Kinshasa.

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Congo security forces violently disperse demonstrations in Kinshasa calling for President Joseph Kabila to step down.

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