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23 Feb 2016
A woman charged with stealing a newborn baby 18 years ago appeared briefly in a South African court yesterday
22 Feb 2016
Four people have been arrested after they were caught with 1,200 donkey hides in Botswana, unravelling an export syndicate linked to China
21 Feb 2016
Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni won a fifth term on Saturday, extending his three-decade rule in a vote rejected as fraudulent by an opposition leader under house arrest
21 Feb 2016
Two Serbian nationals held hostage in Libya since November were among those killed in Friday’s air strikes by US warplanes, the Serbian government says.
20 Feb 2016
Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni was poised to win a fifth term Saturday, with the results of most votes cast in the country's election showing him far ahead of his closest rival.
20 Feb 2016
Egypt's President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi opened on Saturday an economic summit attended by African leaders and businessmen that aims to boost trade and investment across the continent.
20 Feb 2016
Four lions who went on the prowl in Kenya's capital Nairobi after escaping from a national park have returned to the reserve, rangers said Saturday, after a day-long hunt for the big cats.
20 Feb 2016
Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni's chief rival remained under police guard at home on Saturday as vote counting continued after a chaotic election, in which the incumbent is eyeing a fifth term.
19 Feb 2016
Wildlife rangers on Friday hunted for two lions who escaped from Nairobi's national park and meandered into "highly populated" areas of the Kenyan capital. Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) issued an appeal, "for help to get two lionesses that strayed from the Nairobi National Park." Armed rangers, as well as KWS vets with dart guns, scoured…
18 Feb 2016
KENYA, which has suffered attacks by Somalia’s al Shabaab militants, will build a special prison to house “violent and extremist” offenders to keep them from influencing other prisoners, President Uhuru Kenyatta said. Kenyatta did not say which groups he was referring to, but Kenya has been hit by gun and grenade attacks by al Shabaab,…
18 Feb 2016
MUHAMMAD Hassanein Heikal, a leading Egyptian journalist, author, television celebrity, politician and a noted authority on the modern Middle East whose work brought him worldwide fame and influence, died yesterday, aged 92. Egyptian state television said Heikal, a heavy cigar smoker, died following a short period of illness. As Egypt’s, and probably the Arab world’s,…
17 Feb 2016
EGYPTIAN officials have suspended a television talk show after a guest suggested that almost a third of the country’s women were unfaithful to their husbands. The country’s media authority has banned the show for 15 days after complaints about the comments. The guest, Tamour al-Sobky, has said his comments were taken out of context. Other…

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