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Somalia suicide bomber kills police at Mogadishu academy
A suicide bomber has killed at least 13 police officers during a parade at a training centre in the Somali capital, Mogadishu.
Militiamen jailed in DR Congo's Kavumu for raping 40 children
A group of 11 militiamen in the Democratic Republic of Congo have been jailed for life for raping about 40 children, including at least one baby.
Uganda's attorney general endorses 7-year term for president, MPs
Following President Museveni’s suggestion that African presidents and the countries they lead could benefit from having 7-year terms
US prosecutors confirm Uber target of criminal probe
A letter made public on Wednesday in Waymo's civil suit against Uber over swiped self-driving car secrets confirmed the ride-share service
Alabama election: Trump says Senate loss proves him right
US President Donald Trump has distanced himself from Roy Moore after the Republican suffered a historic defeat for the party in conservative Alabama.
LGBTs win another landmark case in Botswana
Hardly two months after a Botswana transgender man won a 10 year battle to be legally recognised as a man, Tshepo Ricki Kgositau, a transgender woman has achieved yet another landmark victory in court.
Erdogan - World should recognise Jerusalem as Palestinian capital
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has urged leaders of Muslim nations to recognise Jerusalem as the "occupied capital of the Palestinian state".
New York bombing heightens fears of holiday attacks
The abortive bombing by an Islamic State-inspired Bangladeshi in New York has raised fresh fears of a possible surge in attacks during the year-end holiday season on both sides of the Atlantic.
Nigeria dominates New African mag's '100 Most Influential Africans of 2017'
The New African magazine has published its 100 Most Influential Africans of 2017.
U.S. lifts visa sanctions on Gambian govt after deportation deal
The United States government has announced the lifting of visa sanctions imposed on Gambian officials last year.
US 'ready for direct talks with North Korea'
The United States is ready to begin talks on North Korea's nuclear disarmament without prior conditions, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Tuesday.
Amnesty says EU governments complicit in abuse of Libya migrants
Amnesty International on Tuesday accused Italy and other EU governments of being "knowingly complicit" in horrific abuses of migrants in Libya,
Russia asks UN for green light to send arms to Central African Republic
Russia has asked the UN Security Council for permission to supply light arms and ammunition to the struggling armed forces of the Central African Republic beginning next week
Liberia electoral commission sets presidential run-off for December 26
Liberia will hold a delayed presidential run-off vote on December 26, the electoral commission chief said on Tuesday.
New York bombing suspect Akayed Ullah warned Trump on Facebook
The man who faces terror charges over Monday's bus terminal bombing in New York posted a warning to President Donald trump just before the attack.
Zimbabwe's opposition parties call for extension of voter registration
Zimbabwe’s political parties want to give voters another two months to sign up for next year’s election after political turmoil disrupted the registration process, an opposition official said.
Baby born with heart outside body 'doing well'
A baby born with her heart outside her body has survived after surgery at Glenfield Hospital in Leicester.
Alabama Senate election: Live updates
Roy Moore took the big lead, running up big numbers in relatively small counties as you go to the top of the state.
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