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    Former Ivory Coast president Gbagbo returns home after decade of exile

    Gbagbo returns for first time since war crimes acquittal Crowds gather in Abidjan to celebrate his arrival Police fires tear gas to disperse Gbagbo supporters BRUSSELS, June...

    Zambia’s founding president, Kenneth Kaunda, dies aged 97

    LUSAKA, June 17 (Reuters) - Kenneth Kaunda, Zambia's founding president who led his country for 27 years and championed Africa's struggles against apartheid and...

    Central African Republic Prime Minister Resign

    The prime minister of the troubled Central African Republic, Firmin Ngrebada, announced on Thursday that his government had tendered its resignation. Ngrebada wrote on Twitter...

    Spain mulls ending deal on Morocco border with enclaves

    Spain is looking into ending a deal that allows visa-free crossing from Moroccan towns into Spain's North African enclaves of Ceuta and Melilla, a...

    Ethiopia postpones vote in two regions citing irregularities

    Ethiopia’s electoral board announced on Thursday that elections in two regional states would be postponed, citing irregularities and problems with the printing of ballot...

    About 350,000 people in Ethiopia’s Tigray in famine -U.N. analysis

    More than 350,000 people in Ethiopia's Tigray are suffering famine conditions, with millions more at risk, according to an analysis by United Nations agencies...

    Algerian rulers aim for return to established order with election

    Algeria's president and the generals backing him hope Saturday's parliamentary election will mark an end to two years of upheaval, but in the capital's...

    With military victory elusive, W.African nations quietly back talks with Islamists

    Two years after local emir Djibril Diallo fled his home in northern Burkina Faso following death threats from Islamist militants, he received an unexpected...

    African Union suspends Mali after military coup and threatens sanctions

    The African Union has suspended Mali’s membership in response to last week’s military coup and threatened sanctions if a civilian-led government is not restored,...

    West African bloc suspends Mali over coup, but no new sanctions

    West African regional bloc ECOWAS on Sunday suspended Mali's membership in response to last week's coup and said authorities must stick to a timetable...

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