Governance

Tunisian forces kill top aide of Al Qaeda leader in Maghreb: official

Tunisian security forces have killed a top aide of Abu Musab Abdul Wadud, the leader of Al Qaeda in the Islamic ...
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As Trump begins second year, women stage nationwide protests

Hundreds of thousands of women and their male supporters turned out on Saturday for the second Women’s March, a nationwide ...
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UN: 10000 Anglophone Cameroonian refugees have fled to Nigeria

With the number of people fleeing English-speaking areas of Cameroon for Nigeria growing, UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, is increasingly ...
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Egypt’s President says he will stand for re-election in 2018

Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said Friday he would stand in a presidential election due to take place in March ...
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ANC begins push to remove Zuma from scandal-hit presidency

South Africa's ruling ANC party said Saturday it would "act decisively" to rebuild its reputation, as local media reported that ...
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Ivory Coast court sentences former Gbagbo minister to 15 years

A court in Ivory Coast has sentenced a former adviser to ex-President Laurent Gbagbo to 15 years in jail for ...
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Zimbabwe President Announces First Post-Mugabe Elections

Zimbabwe's president says elections will be in May or June, as he faces pressure at home and abroad to deliver ...
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Uganda’s Museveni vows to sign death warrants again after 19 years

Uganda's president said Thursday he will sign the first death warrants in nearly two decades to create fear among criminals ...
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Britain and France sign new treaty over migrants, Calais

France and Britain signed a new treaty Thursday aimed at speeding up asylum applications for migrants entitled to claim refuge ...
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US couple deny torturing ‘shackled siblings’

The parents accused of holding their 13 children in shackles at a California home have pleaded not guilty. David Turpin, ...
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