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AU security chief warns 'terrorism expanding' in Sahel
The African Union's peace and security chief Smail Chergui called Monday for member states to tackle the root-causes of extremism, as he deplored the spread of "terrorism" in the Sahel.
Rwandan PM challenges youth to seek active involvement in AU reforms
Rwandan Prime Minister Edouard Ngirente has called on the youth to be active contributors to the African Union reforms and leadership initiatives in their countries.
Uganda calls for more troop deployment after al-Shabaab militants attack AU base
Uganda has called for more troop deployment to Somalia following the latest deadly attack on the African Union Mission base in Mogadishu. The deadly attacks have triggered a debate on whether African Union peacekeepers should leave the country, reported.
Iranian FM meets with AU Commissioner for peace and security
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif held talks with African Union Commissioner for Peace and Security, Smail Chergui, in Tehran on Monday.
Morocco asks to rejoin African Union after 32 years
Morocco made an official request to return to the African Union, 32 years after quitting the bloc in protest at its decision to accept Western Sahara as a member.
Several Al-Shabab  commanders killed in Somalia
African Union peacekeepers and Somali government troops have killed several senior figures in the terrorists group Al-Shabab in Somalia in the last few days, the peacekeeping mission said on Tuesday.
Austria casts doubt on immediate bans lift from Iran
Austrian President Heinz Fischer has cast doubt on the US and Western resolve for the immediate removal of all anti-Iran sanctions.
Burundi rejects AU peacekeepers as 'invasion force'
Burundi's government said Sunday it would not agree to the deployment of African Union (AU) peacekeepers, warning that they would be seen as "an invasion force".
AU agrees to send troops to Burundi
The African Union agreed to send troops to stop violence in Burundi, a senior official said Friday, after talks in which the 54-member bloc warned it would not allow "another genocide".

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