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Blast kills at least 24 in northeast Nigeria: police

Residents say two suicide bombers detonated explosives at a mosque and a market in Mubi town.

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Abducted aid workers released in South Sudan

Ten aid workers kidnapped in South Sudan by opposition forces last week have been returned to the capital, Juba.

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Suspected rebel fighters kill dozens of Tuareg in Mali

At least 43 people are killed in two separate attacks in remote villages near the Mali-Niger border, local sources say.

Tuareg in Mali

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Malawi's ex-president Banda returns after four-year absence

Despite threat of arrest over corruption allegations, Joyce Banda returns as questions swirl about a political comeback.

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Libya's Haftar returns to Benghazi after long absence

Veteran general declares he is in 'good health' after reported hospitalisation in Jordan and France.

Khalifa Haftar

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UN raises alarm over fate of missing aid convoy in South Sudan

A convoy of 10 aid workers has gone missing in South Sudan, prompting concerns over the group's wellbeing.

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Angola's first satellite defunct four months after launch

Russia, which build the defective AngoSat-1, will construct a new satellite, scheduled to be launched in 2020.

Angola's first satellite

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Angola sacks army chief and spy boss in latest anti-graft move

President Joao Lourenco dismissed the two leaders in connection with ongoing corruption investigation.

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Zimbabwean nurses return to work after strike

Mass walkout over poor working conditions and pay was 'politicised', union says, after government fires striking staff.

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Somalia warns Dubai Ports World against violating its sovereignty

State-owned port operator should rethink its deal with breakaway region and work with the government, says Somali FM.

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