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Two female suicide bombers have killed more than 60 people at a camp for people displaced by an insurgency of the jihadist Boko Haram group in the northeast Nigerian town of Dikwa.
An Australian woman kidnapped three weeks ago by al-Qaida terrorists in West Africa is tonight free, but her surgeon husband remains a captive.
Egypt's state grain buyer says it's still negotiating a contract for the direct import of wheat outside of the regular tender process.
A blast that punched a hole in the fuselage of a plane this week was caused by a bomb meant to kill everyone on board, Somalia's minister for transport and aviation says.
A militant group says it will release an Australian woman kidnapped in Burkina Faso in January.
Almost 90 miners have been rescued and three other workers are missing after a cave-in at a gold mine in the northeast of South Africa, mine owner Vantage Goldfields says.
Nearly 80 miners have been brought to the surface, after about 115 were trapped underground in a gold mine collapse in northeastern South Africa, police say.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has declared a state of disaster in most rural parts of the country severely hit by a drought.
The UN peacekeeping mission for Central African Republic says it has identified seven new cases of sexual abuse by its troops.
The body of an Italian student who went missing in Cairo was found half naked by the roadside with cigarette burns and other signs of torture, a senior Egyptian prosecutor said.
Investigators believe a bomb likely caused the explosion aboard a plane that was forced to return to the Somali capital of Mogadishu for an emergency landing, two US government sources have said.
A flight made an emergency landing at Mogadishu airport yesterday after an on-board explosion occurred soon after the plane's take-off from the Somali capital.
The Zika virus linked to a microcephaly outbreak in South America could spread to Africa and Asia, the World Health Organisation warned as it launched a global response unit against the new emergency.
A survivor says he watched Boko Haram raiders firebomb huts and heard the screams of children burning alive among 86 people killed in the latest attack by Nigeria's homegrown Islamic extremists.
Tanzanian authorities have launched a manhunt after poachers shot down a helicopter and its British pilot during an operation to track down elephant killers.
Satellite images show 5 possible mass graves on the outskirts of Burundi's capital at sites consistent with testimony by witnesses who accused security forces of killing dozens of people in December.
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