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    Libya’s eastern parliament pulls confidence from unity government

    TRIPOLI, Sept 21 (Reuters) - Libya's eastern-based parliament said on Tuesday it had withdrawn confidence from the unity government, though it would continue to...

    S.Africa’s Zuma seeks to replace prosecutor in arms trial

    JOHANNESBURG, Sept 21 (Reuters) - A South African court on Tuesday resumed a trial that has dragged out for years over a $2 billion...

    Sudan says coup thwarted, accuses Bashir loyalists

    PM says plotters came from inside and outside military Says attempt was preceded by unrest in the east Officials say coup plotters arrested Sudan undergoing fragile transition...

    Woman in New Zealand charged with murdering her children after arriving from South Africa

    Sept 18 (Reuters) - A woman charged with murdering her three young daughters, just weeks after the family arrived in New Zealand from South...

    Algeria’s former President Bouteflika dies at 84

    ALGIERS, Sept 17 (Reuters) - Former Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika has died at 84, the presidency said on Friday, more than two years after...

    Ivory Coast and Ghana leaders to press Guinea’s sanctions-hit junta

    West African bloc pushes for return to constitutional rule Coup leaders toppled President Conde on Sept. 6 ECOWAS seeking to freeze junta's financial assets CONAKRY, Sept 17...

    Tunisia detains parliament member as rights worries grow

    TUNIS, Sept 17 (Reuters) - Tunisian security forces detained a member of parliament on Friday, his lawyer said, amid growing concern for rights after...

    U.S. willing to delay Ethiopia sanctions if violence ends -Blinken

    WASHINGTON, Sept 17 (Reuters) - The United States would delay sanctions over the Ethiopia conflict if the Ethiopian government and the Tigray People’s Liberation...

    Somalia’s president berates Djibouti for detaining his security adviser

    MOGADISHU, Sept 17 (Reuters) - Somalia's President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed on Friday accused neighbouring Djibouti of illegally detaining his national security adviser, a criticism...

    WHO’s Tedros seen running unopposed for top job despite Ethiopia snub – sources

    GENEVA, Sept 17 (Reuters) - The World Health Organization's chief looks set to run unopposed for a second term at the helm as tries...

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