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Sudanese agencies should plug Darfur aid gap

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Sudanese aid agencies must be helped to fill in the huge gaps left in Darfur's aid operation by the expulsion of 13...

Tribesmen kill 139 in south Sudan raid: official

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Armed Nuer tribesmen have killed at least 139 members of a rival tribe in an attack in a remote area of southern...

UK pledges aid for Sudan ahead of crucial elections

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Britain announced a £54 million ($86.38 million) aid package for Sudan yesterday and said the African country faced a "crucial and critical...

Egyptian soldier shot dead in Gaza border clashes

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An Egyptian soldier was shot dead during a violent protest at the Egypt-Gaza border yesterday, an Egyptian security source said. The source said...

Kabila fires 119 civil servants for corruption

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Democratic Republic of Congo sacked 119 high-ranking civil servants as part of a presidential drive to clean up the often corrupt and...

South Sudan army-civilian clash kills 17: official

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Seventeen people were killed last Thursday when armed civilians ambushed south Sudanese soldiers trying to disarm tribes following heavy fighting in the...

Gunman kills legislator in Somalia’s Puntland

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An unidentified gunman killed a member of the local parliament in Puntland yesterday, witnesses said, the latest political murder to rock Somalia's...

WFP suspends operations in Somalia

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The UN's World Food Programme (WFP) has suspended its work in much of southern Somalia due to threats against its staff and...

Top LRA commander killed

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The Ugandan military says its forces in the Central African Republic have killed the acting guerrilla commander of the rebel Lord's Resistance...

FDLR threat reduced: DRC minister

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Congolese Information Minister, Lambert Mende, has said that the military campaigns against the Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda (FDLR) have...

Eritrean rebels claim killing 25 govt troops

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Two Eritrean rebel groups said last Friday they have killed 25 government soldiers and wounded at least 38 others, in ambushes on...

Eritrean official denies border demarcation with Ethiopia

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An Eritrean government official has described reports that an international body will soon demarcate the border between his country and Ethiopia as...

Military mentality haunts Nigeria governance: NEPAD

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Nigeria's leaders still need to shed some of the attitudes and values built up under military rule if Africa's most populous nation...

More than 150 killed in Congo attacks this week: UN

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More than 150 people were killed last week in fighting between government troops and armed groups in the Equateur province of Democratic...

Death toll in central Somalia fighting rises to 47

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At least 47 people have been killed in central Somalia in fighting between Islamist rebels and a pro-government group for control of...

Ten killed in Niger attacks: security sources

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Ten people including seven soldiers were killed during attacks by gunmen in Niger, security sources said last Saturday, adding to the week's...

Madagascar leader tears up power-sharing deals

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Madagascar's President Andry Rajoelina has formally rejected internationally brokered power-sharing deals and said any attempt by the opposition to form a parliament...

UN website details peacekeeper sex abuse claims

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The United Nations unveiled a website aimed at improving transparency about sexual misconduct allegations and other charges leveled against members of its...

Danish cartoonist attacker suspected of al Qaeda ties

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A Somali man armed with an axe and suspected of links with al Qaeda broke into the home of a Danish cartoonist...

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