Ebola outbreak in east Congo now world's 2nd biggest
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Ebola outbreak in east Congo now world's 2nd biggest

Map showing the likely ebola areas in Africa KINSHASA (Reuters) – The Ebola outbreak in…

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Kenyan officials, businesses profiteered from maize subsidies – Senate panel
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Kenyan officials, businesses profiteered from maize subsidies – Senate panel

NAIROBI (Reuters) – Kenyan government officials and their private sector counterparts abused a government maize…

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South African arms company needs partners soon to survive, official says
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South African arms company needs partners soon to survive, official says

PRETORIA (Reuters) – South Africa’s defence industry is facing a crisis as the state-owned arms…

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White S.African group to challenge Ramaphosa land reforms in court
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White S.African group to challenge Ramaphosa land reforms in court

CAPE TOWN (Reuters) – A South African advocacy group that lobbies for the rights of…

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Gunfire, threats and curfews slow Congo's fight against Ebola
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Gunfire, threats and curfews slow Congo's fight against Ebola

GOMA, Democratic Republic of Congo (Reuters) – When medics tried to reach Ebola patients in…

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Gabon's Bongo headed to Morocco to continue recovery – wife
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Gabon's Bongo headed to Morocco to continue recovery – wife

: Gabon’s President Ali Bongo Ondimba addresses a meeting on climate change at the 30th…

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Tunisian activists protest against Saudi Crown prince visit
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Tunisian activists protest against Saudi Crown prince visit

Protesters dressed as clowns perform during a protest, opposing the visit of Saudi Arabia’s Crown…

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On solo Zambia trip, Prince Harry offers help to boost elephant numbers
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On solo Zambia trip, Prince Harry offers help to boost elephant numbers

Britain’s Prince Harry meets with Zambian President Edgar Lungu in Lusaka, Zambia, November 26, 2018.…

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South African bourse fines Pepkor for breaching listing requirements
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South African bourse fines Pepkor for breaching listing requirements

People chat in front of a reception with an electronic board displaying movements in major…

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Islamic State says attacks in West Africa resulted in 118 casualties
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Islamic State says attacks in West Africa resulted in 118 casualties

A damaged military vehicle is pictured in the northeast town of Gudumbali, after an attack…

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