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Zimbabwe court denies bail to 58 opposition protesters
A Zimbabwean court has denied bail to 58 opposition protesters who took part in recent demonstrations against President Robert Mugabe.
Gabon election commission approves Pres. Bongo's victory
Several members of Gabon’s election commission, known as Cenap, say the supervising body has approved the victory of incumbent President Ali Bongo over challenger Jean Ping.
Gabon opposition candidate claims victory in presidential votes
Jean Ping, Gabon’s main opposition presidential candidate, says he has won the elections despite similar claims by the rival camp led by incumbent Omar Bongo.
Libyan forces push into last Daesh-held areas of Sirte
Forces loyal to Libya's UN-backed unity government pushed Sunday into the last areas of Sirte held by the Daesh terror group in what was the terrorists’ coastal stronghold, a spokesman said.
Tunisia's new government seeks stronger economy, security
Tunisia's Parliament has approved Youssef Chahed as prime minister along with a new government focused on boosting the economy and fighting terrorism.
Air raid 'fatally wounds' Boko Haram leader
Nigeria's military said Tuesday it believes an airstrike has "fatally wounded" Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau, but there was no way to confirm yet another claim of the death of Nigeria's terrorist leader.
US urges deployment of South Sudan 'protection force'
US Secretary of State John Kerry called on Monday for the deployment of a 4,000-strong "protection force" to bolster the UN peacekeeping mission in South Sudan.
Libya parliament votes no confidence in UN-backed government
The spokesman for Libya's internationally backed parliament said it has voted "no confidence" in the country's UN-backed government.
Boko Haram releases new video of missing Nigerian schoolgirls
Boko Haram on Sunday released a video of the girls allegedly kidnapped from Chibok, in Nigeria’s Borno state in April 2014, showing some who are still alive and claiming others died in airstrikes.
UN approves 4,000 more troops to South Sudan
The United Nations Security Council authorized the deployment of a 4,000-strong protection force in South Sudan's capital, Juba and threatened an arms embargo if the government does not cooperate.
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