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22 Mar 2016
Ivory Coast must deliver "long overdue" justice to the victims of deadly clashes that swept the world's top cocoa grower after disputed elections in 2010, Human Rights Watch said Tuesday.
22 Mar 2016
A Burundian army officer accused of leading a crackdown on opposition forces was shot dead by a soldier on Tuesday at the army headquarters, military sources told AFP.
22 Mar 2016
Benin businessman, Patrice Talon, known as the “king of cotton”, has been declared the winner of a presidential run-off, official preliminary results show.
22 Mar 2016
The International Criminal Court (ICC) has found former Congolese vice president, Jean-Pierre Bemba, guilty of war crimes and crimes against humanity.
21 Mar 2016
ar crimes judges deliver their verdict Monday against former Congolese vice president Jean-Pierre Bemba, blamed for unbridled rapes and killings
21 Mar 2016
With more than 800 company executives in attendance, the Africa Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) Forum — a yearly international conference dedicated to the development of the private sector on the continent ...
21 Mar 2016
Elections were held yesterday in five African countries, while Senegal is holding a referendum on reducing presidential terms.
20 Mar 2016
A man who allegedly targeted Oscar Pistorius in a scam offering to repeal his murder conviction has been arrested.
20 Mar 2016
The death toll from an attack on a police checkpoint claimed by the Islamic State jihadist group in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula has risen to 15, the interior ministry said Sunday.
20 Mar 2016
Congo is holding presidential elections Sunday, with incumbent Denis Sassou Nguesso seeking a third term after a controversial change over the constitution.
20 Mar 2016
Voters in Niger cast ballots in the country's first-ever presidential run-off Sunday, with incumbent Mahamadou Issoufou on track for a second term.
20 Mar 2016
Benin began voting Sunday in the deciding second round of its presidential election, with Prime Minister Lionel Zinsou taking on businessman Patrice Talon.

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