Libya's Haftar still supports elections but sees others stalling
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Libya's Haftar still supports elections but sees others stalling

BENGHAZI, Libya (Reuters) – Libyan commander Khalifa Haftar, a key figure in the future of…

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U.S. to keep supporting French military effort in Mali: Pentagon chief
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U.S. to keep supporting French military effort in Mali: Pentagon chief

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States will continue to support French-led military efforts in Mali…

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Japan's Kansai to help Zambia paint out malaria
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Japan's Kansai to help Zambia paint out malaria

LUSAKA (Reuters) – Kansai Plascon, owned by Tokyo-listed Kansai Paint Co Ltd, has launched the…

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34 migrants drown in Mediterranean shipwreck, 26 survivors – UN
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34 migrants drown in Mediterranean shipwreck, 26 survivors – UN

GENEVA (Reuters) – Some 34 migrants have died in a shipwreck in the western Mediterranean,…

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For African bush elephants, wrinkles are cool
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For African bush elephants, wrinkles are cool

LONDON (Reuters) – A study of the African bush elephant’s vast network of deep wrinkles…

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US carries out air strike in Somalia, 9 militants killed-AFRICOM
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US carries out air strike in Somalia, 9 militants killed-AFRICOM

NAIROBI (Reuters) – The U.S. military said on Tuesday it had killed nine militants in…

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Lesbian 'witches' chained and raped by families in Cameroon
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Lesbian 'witches' chained and raped by families in Cameroon

YAOUNDE (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – During a dreary Sunday morning church service, 14-year-old Viviane –…

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At least 10 die after grenade thrown in night club in South Sudan:police
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At least 10 die after grenade thrown in night club in South Sudan:police

JUBA (Reuters) – At least 10 people have died and dozens others injured after a…

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Namibian president wants land expropriated to boost black ownership
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Namibian president wants land expropriated to boost black ownership

WINDHOEK (Reuters) – Namibia’s president called on Monday for a change to the constitution to…

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Nigeria's Buhari promises 2019 elections will be fair after regional vote criticised
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Nigeria's Buhari promises 2019 elections will be fair after regional vote criticised

ABUJA (Reuters) – Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari sought to reassure voters that next year’s elections…

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