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Several dozen reported dead in clashes in South Darfur

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About 36 people were killed and 32 wounded in clashes in Sudan’s state of South Darfur, state news agency SUNA reported on Sunday. The violence...

Fourteen dead in Burkina Faso clashes

Gunmen killed four Burkina Faso soldiers and injured five others near the Malian border a day after 10 civilians died in a separate nearby...

Clashes over land and water leave more than 30 dead in...

Gunmen on motorcycles killed more than 30 Tuareg civilians in northern Mali where clashes over land and scarce water are common, an official said. The...

Security worsens, ethnic clashes in Burkina Faso

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Thirteen civilians were killed in ethnic violence in central Burkina Faso, government said, echoing a rise in inter-communal conflicts in neighbouring Mali linked to...

Timbuktu rocked by clashes

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Clashes broke out in Mali's northern city of Timbuktu on Thursday between Arab, Tuareg and black communities, days before elections seen as...

Ethnic clashes in Mali leave 16 dead

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At least 16 Fulani herders were killed in suspected ethnic clashes in central Mali, government and local sources said, underscoring the chronic...

Thirteen killed in Ituri clashes

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The DR Congo military killed 13 militiamen during clashes with an unidentified group after coming under attack in the country's volatile Ituri...

More than 20 left dead after clashes in Nigeria

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More than 20 people died in clashes between herders and farmers in central Nigeria, police said, part of an outbreak of violence...

DR Congo/Rwanda border clash leaves soldiers dead

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Congolese soldiers were killed and wounded in a cross-border skirmish with Rwandan troops this week, Democratic Republic of Congo's military said. Each side...

Clashes at Libyan oilfield claim five lives

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Libyan forces killed three suspected Islamic State fighters near an oilfield in the southeast of the country, a local official said. Two...

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SANDF missing the communication target

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Former defence and military veterans minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula on a number of occasions said words to the effect South Africans have to decide what...