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17 December 2014
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17 Dec 2014
Tanzanian attorney general resigns over graft accusations
Tanzania's attorney general resigned late on Tuesday, becoming the first political casualty in an energy corruption scandal in the east African country that has led Western donors to delay aid and...
Mali ends last quarantines, could be Ebola-free next month
Mali has released from quarantine the last 13 people being monitored for Ebola, and the country could be declared free of the virus next month if no further cases are recorded, the World Health...
Libya rivals clash over oil ports as EU considers sanctions
Forces allied to Libya's conflict parties clashed with heavy weapons on Tuesday over control of the country's biggest oil ports in the east as the European Union was considering sanctions on people...
Burkina Faso suspends ex-leader Compaore's political party
Burkina Faso's transitional government on Monday suspended the party of deposed president Blaise Compaore and two allied political groups which had supported his attempt to cling to power....
UN says forces in Sudan's Darfur won't leave amid rising violence
A joint United Nations-African Union (UNAMID) peacekeeping mission in Darfur is unlikely to bow to Sudan's request to leave the region when the situation there appears to be worsening, the head of...
France tries to rally mistrustful African states against Boko Haram
France will step in to help coordinate a regional taskforce against Nigeria's Islamist group Boko Haram, amid signs of mistrust among West African neighbours, Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian...
Zim'z VP says appointment came as 'suprise'
Zimbabwe's new vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa on Tuesday told state ZBC television that his appointment "came as a surprise" in a claim likely to raise some eyebrows in the southern African...
16 Dec 2014
Anger over nominations halts conference
Delegates burning T-shirts, swearing and arguing, and finally walking out of the hall, disrupted the EFF's national people's assembly held at the University of Free State's campus in Bloemfontein...
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