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First shipment of new Ebola vaccine arrives in DR Congo
The Congolese medical authorities say they have received the first shipment of a new Ebola vaccine as the central African country battles its second deadliest outbreak of the virus this decade.
Sudan’s first post-Bashir cabinet sworn in
Sudan’s first cabinet since the ouster of president Omar al-Bashir was sworn Sunday as the African country transitions to civilian rule.
South Sudan rivals agree on 6-month period to form unity government
South Sudan's warring sides have agreed to delay the formation of a coalition government for six months, citing failure to resolve differences over the establishment of a power-sharing government that would end years of political deadlock in the African country.
Six Nigerian soldiers killed in Boko Haram raid
Boko Haram militants in Nigeria have launched an attack on a military base in the northeast of the African country, killing at least six soldiers.
Russia says ready to broker talks for unity in Libya
Russia says it is ready to broker talks between rival authorities in Libya to help unify the divided North African country.
Mozambique bracing for hard times as raw materials lose in value
A new report says the southern African country of Mozambique is in for hard times as global prices of raw materials continue to fall while much-criticized public spending remains unchanged.
Liberian Ebola aid workers demand hazard pay
Liberian aid workers have staged a protest rally in the capital city to demand promised hazard benefits over the deadly Ebola epidemic in the African country.
Burundi says demos against president’s candidacy are over
Burundi says weeks of protests against a controversial bid by President Pierre Nkurunziza for a third term in office are over, accusing reporters of being behind street demonstrations in the Central African country.
Burundi sets date for elections delayed over unrest
Burundi has announced a timetable for parliamentary and presidential elections, which have been postponed over the political unrest in the African country.
Elections must not be recognized: Burundi opposition
Burundi’s main opposition parties have ruled out the possibility of holding “peaceful” and “credible” elections amid escalating violence in the impoverished landlocked African country.
Libya rivals hold talks in Morocco on unity government
Representatives of Libya's rival parliaments have held long-delayed UN-sponsored negotiations in Morocco in a bid to form a government of national unity in the North African country.

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