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Cape Town cuts back to survive 'stubborn' drought

Authorities call on residents of South African city to limit showers to two minutes and flush toilets only if necessary.

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CAR tops list of 'world's most neglected' crises

Norwegian aid agency says displaced Africans receive least economic and political support, as well as media attention.

Read more: CAR tops list of 'world's most neglected' crises

   

Almost 4,000,000 Sudanese displaced by fighting

Norwegian Refugee Council ranks country as number three in world's neglected crises as fighting enters its 14th year.

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Kenya inaugurates new Chinese-funded railway

The country's biggest infrastructure project since its independence is under fire by some for its high costs.

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Thousands rally for release of protest leader Zefzafi

Demonstrations were held in the northern Rif region to demand the release of leader of the 'Popular Movement'.

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Scores arrested in connection with Morocco Rif protests

The detainees will be investigated for "undermining the security of the state" following months of social unrest.

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UN warns of mass displacement in war-torn CAR

Almost 100,000 people displaced in Central African Republic in resurgent fighting since the beginning of May.

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South Sudan soldiers face trial for rape and murder

Thirteen soldiers are accused of raping five foreign aid workers and killing their local colleague in July 2016 .

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South Africa's Zuma survives renewed calls to resign

The ruling ANC party sticks with the South African president, but admits support is 'drifting away' from their movement.

Read more: South Africa's Zuma survives renewed calls to resign

   

Libya's Ansar al-Sharia announces dissolution

Benghazi-based group says it has been weakened after suffering big losses, calls others to unite and continue fighting.

Read more: Libya's Ansar al-Sharia announces dissolution

   

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