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African Union urges swift relocation of refugees from overcrowded camps in Libya
African Union leaders have called on their European counterparts to help relocate thousands of refugees currently stranded in camps in violence-plagued Libya.
Zimbabwe crisis seems like coup: African Union
The African Union has expressed concern about the ongoing political crisis in Zimbabwe, calling on the country’s military to halt their actions in what “seems like a coup” against President Robert Mugabe.
Morocco says will never recognize SADR despite rejoining AU
Moroccan officials have rejected claims that their country will have to recognize the Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) now that the kingdom is permitted to rejoin the African Union (AU).
African Union will stop recognizing Jammeh as Gambia’s leader
The African Union says it will cease to recognize Gambian President Yahya Jammeh as the West African country’s legitimate leader as of January 19, the date he is slated to hand power to the winner of a last month’s election.
African Union leaders gather in Ethiopia for peace in Libya
African Union (AU) leaders have gathered in Ethiopia to push for a solution to the conflict in Libya.
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.
UN chief urges African Union to help end S Sudan deadlock
The United Nations is calling on African Union states to help pull South Sudan's parties out of a deadlock in the country's peace process.
African Union warns about threat of Burundi crisis to region
The African Union (AU) has warned that the continuation of the political crisis in Burundi poses a major threat to both the country and the region.
African Union warns about threat of Burundi crisis to region
The African Union (AU) has warned that the continuation of the political crisis in Burundi poses a major threat to both the country and the region.
14 Somali soldiers killed in Shabab attack
At least 14 Somali soldiers were killed and more than 20 others wounded Saturday in an attack by terrorist group Shabab in southern Somalia, officials and witnesses said.
AU launches fresh offensive on Shabab militants
African Union (AU) forces have launched a fresh offensive against al-Qaeda-linked al-Shabab militants in southern Somalia, vowing to flush out the terrorists.
UN welcomes joint force with African Union against Boko Haram
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has thrown his weight behind a proposal tabled by the African Union to establish a regional 7,500-strong force to fight the Nigeria-based Boko Haram Takfiri militant group.
7,500 AU troops to fight Boko Haram
The African Union (AU) has endorsed a plan to create a joint regional task force with the aim of fighting the Boko Haram Takfiri group, which is wreaking havoc on Nigeria.
African Union welcomes Burkina Faso’s interim leader
The African Union (AU) has welcomed Michel Kafando as Burkina Faso’s interim president, following the overthrow of the country’s former president, Blaise Compaoré.

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