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4 Apr 2015
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta on Saturday warned Somalia's Al-Qaeda-linked Shebab fighters his government will respond to their killing of almost 150 students in the "severest way" possible.
4 Apr 2015
Kenyan police have arrested five men in connection with the university massacre of 148 people by Somalia's Shebab Islamists, the interior ministry said Saturday, including suspected masterminds of the attack.
JONA
3 Apr 2015
In a statement his Special Adviser, Media and Publicity, Reuben Abati, Jonathan also commiserated with Yusuf’s immediately family as well as the Arewa Consultative Forum (ACF) on the demise of the respected leader of the cultural and political association. 
3 Apr 2015
GUNMEN armed with rocket-propelled grenades attacked several military checkpoints in Egypt’s Sinai yesterday, killing 15 soldiers and two civilians, security sources said, defying one of the toughest security crackdowns in the country’s history
3 Apr 2015
WHEN will the world’s largest and longest Ebola outbreak end? The West African countries of Sierra Leone and Liberia both appear to be on steady paths to ending the epidemic.
3 Apr 2015
GUNMEN have taken students hostage and killed at least 79 people at a university in north-eastern Kenya, aid workers and police say. About 30 others were wounded after attackers stormed a university in Garissa town. Troops have surrounded the campus and are engaging the gunmen.
Jonathan-pix
2 Apr 2015
Nigeria's outgoing President Goodluck Jonathan condemned Thursday's attack by Shebab Islamist group on a university in Kenya that left at least 70 students dead, describing it as "heinous" and "barbaric".
2 Apr 2015
Fifteen soldiers were killed in five simultaneous attacks Thursday targeting security checkpoints in Egypt's North Sinai, where the army is battling the local branch of the Islamic State group, police said.
2 Apr 2015
Gunmen were on Thursday holding an "unknown number of student hostages" at a university in northern Kenya after storming the campus at dawn, the Kenya Red Cross said in a statement.
2 Apr 2015
DOZENS of Yemenis have crossed the Gulf of Aden in small boats to get to Somalia, Djibouti and Somaliland to escape fighting and Saudi air strikes, the United Nations refugee agency has said.
2 Apr 2015
THE leader of one of Libya’s rival governments - backed by Islamists and based in Tripoli - has been sacked by its parliament, officials said.
2 Apr 2015
SOUTH Sudan rejected a proposal by IGAD, the regional bloc leading peace talks, to include members of the troika as mediators in the next round of talks.

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