Kidnap-for-ransom industry targeting vulnerable students has severely disrupted education in northern Nigeria.
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For 10 years, Gbabgo was facing crimes against humanity charges at the International Criminal Court.
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Rebels reject the ceasefire declaration after capturing Tigray's regional capital, Mekelle.
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The ceasefire declaration came after rebel fighters recaptured Mekelle, the capital of the restive Tigray province.
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Jean Pierre Lacroix said Russian personnel are responsible for human rights violations in the Central African Republic.
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Panic among the belligerents of Cameroon's Anglophone conflict as the U.S. imposes visa restrictions on unnamed individuals.
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Airstrike follows parliamentary elections which Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed touts as the first step towards multiparty democracy.
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Prime Minister Ahmed Abiy claims the polls are the first step toward Ethiopia's “true” democratization.
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The sacking of Prime Minister Hichem Mechichi follows violent protests over the government's handling of the pandemic.
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Egypt and Sudan fear that a severe reduction in the River Nile waters due to the Ethiopian dam could threaten their people.
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