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Kenya police on trial for high profile killing

Four Kenyan policemen went on trial in Mombasa on Tuesday accused of killing a British aristocrat’s son in police custody in 2012, a high...

Beheading trial starts in Mozambique

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Mozambique put on trial 189 people, including foreigners, accused of being involved in deadly Islamist attacks in Cabo Delgado. Since October last...

Ntaganda says he is not the Terminator

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A former Congo military leader on trial for charges ranging from murder and rape to conscripting child soldiers and sexual slavery told...

Jailed photographer awaits verdict in Egypt terrorism trial

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The parents of an Egyptian photojournalist, whose case was highlighted by UNESCO, hope their son will be cleared when his trial ends,...

Trial of alleged coup leaders starts in Burkina Faso

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Two senior allies of Burkina Faso's deposed former President Blaise Compaore and scores of others appeared in court accused of organising a...

Boko Haram suspects convicted in mass trials

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More than 200 people were convicted in Nigeria on charges related to their involvement with militant Islamist group Boko Haram, the justice...

Mass Boko Haram trial resumes

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Hundreds of people suspected of links to Boko Haram are on trial in a detention centre in central Nigeria in a resumption...

Trial of Boko Haram suspects starts in Niger

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Eighty-one people accused of fighting for Boko Haram went on trial in Niger on Thursday in a public court sitting, one of...

Scores convicted in DR Congo Beni massacre trial

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A military tribunal investigating a wave of massacres in eastern Congo blamed on Ugandan rebels convicted 134 people, a senior army prosecutor...

Child rape trial underway in DR Congo

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Eighteen people, including a provincial lawmaker, went on trial in eastern Congo on Thursday for the rapes of dozens of children, victims'...

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Check before you speak, Minister!

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South African Defence and Military Veterans Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula needs to verify her facts before she speaks, or risk further embarrassment to the South...