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Mozambique attacks on the increase

People are fleeing a surge of attacks in northern Mozambique where witnesses told of beheadings, mass kidnappings and villages burned to the ground, the...

More violence in Burkina Faso

Twenty people were killed in an attack by suspected jihadists on a gold-mining site in northern Burkina Faso, sources said. Gunmen came to Dolmande...

Saudi oil facilities attacked

Yemen’s Iran-aligned Houthi group said it attacked plants at the heart of Saudi Arabia’s oil industry knocking out more than half the Kingdom’s output...

Burkina Faso attacks leave 29 dead

At least 29 people were killed in Burkina Faso’s troubled north when a food convoy and a transport truck were attacked, government said. A...

Christians in Burkina Faso seek refuge

Concerned about a rise in violence against Christians in Burkina Faso, Pastor Jacques Ouedraogo changed the time of his Sunday service as a precaution....

Houthis threaten more drone attacks

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The Iranian-aligned Houthi group threatened to launch more drone attacks after a deadly strike last week on a Yemeni government military parade, stoking tension...

IS on West Africa casualties

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Islamic State claimed responsibility for five attacks in an area it calls the "State of West Africa" which saw 118 casualties last...

“State of West Africa” attacks

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Islamic State claimed responsibility for five attacks in an area it calls the "State of West Africa" it said resulted in 118...

Death sentences for Egyptian church bombings

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An Egyptian military court sentenced 17 people to death for involvement in bombing attacks on three churches and a police checkpoint in...

Kenya workers warned of attacks post-2007 vote violence

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A group of Kenyan tea plantation workers wrote to the chief executive of Unilever saying they warned the firm's local managers they...

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Coronavirus shows why the SANDF needs to be adequately funded

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The deployment of the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) to help fight the COVID-19 novel coronavirus yet again demonstrates the need for a...