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    Cameroon kidnap: Joy as freed students returned to parents
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    Nigerian army appears to use Trump’s words to defend shooting of protesters
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    US WANTS TO STRENGTHEN TIES WITH SUDAN
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    AMNESTY WARNS ABOUT CHILD WORKERS AT COBALT MINES
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    TANZANIA ALBINO ATTACKS
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    175 MW SOLAR PLANT IN SOUTH AFRICA
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    LA POLITIQUE AFRICAINE DE LA TURQUIE - TURKEY’S POLICY TOWARDS AFRICA - Numan HAZAR
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    Turkey’s Emergence as a Global Actor in Africa: A Special Focus on Mozambique
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    Turkey in Africa: Achievements and Challenges
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    Relations between Turkey and Seychelles
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Fake news in Africa

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Rwanda activist could be jailed for 22 years.

Prosecutors at the trial of the Rwandan political activist Diane Rwigara have asked for a 22-year prison sentence. The critic of President Paul Kagame, who tried to run for president last year, denied charges of inciting insurrection and forging ...

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Nairobi – Tanzania has seen a decrease in attacks on albinos, whose body parts are often sought for witchcraft, but has seen an increase in their bodies being exhumed, a local NGO said on Wednesday. “Recent trends indicate a significant ...