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29 Apr 2017
South African attempted coup suspects appear in Jo'burg court.
28 Apr 2017
Pope Francis has departed for a two-day visit to Egypt but faces criticism from church conservatives for meeting Islamic religious leaders after a spate of deadly attacks against Christians.
27 Apr 2017
Dimming the lights on their patrol boat, Tunisian coastguards stand in silence scanning the sea for speedboats on clandestine missions to and from Italy.
26 Apr 2017
An entrepreneur duo in Cairo are repurposing discarded shipping containers and transforming them into living spaces and stores.
24 Apr 2017
A South African student appears at Western Cape High Court in Cape Town, charged with murdering three members of his family.
22 Apr 2017
Cameroon Crisis - Government switches the internet back on.
21 Apr 2017
The "world's heaviest woman" has shed half her weight -- around a quarter of a tonne in the two months, she's been in India for treatment.
21 Apr 2017
As the rebel slave who defied his captors, Kunta Kinte, immortalised in print and on screen in "Roots", put The Gambia on the map for historical tourism.
14 Apr 2017
Refugees from South Sudan cross the border into Uganda, after fleeing the town of Pajok, an ethnic Acholi agricultural and trading community which pro-government forces attacked on Monday 3 April, killing at least 85 people, according to witnesses.
12 Apr 2017
Members of opposition parties gather in Pretoria to protest against President Jacob Zuma as he prepares to celebrate his 75th birthday.
10 Apr 2017
Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi declared a three-month state of emergency and created a powerful new anti-terrorism body after Palm Sunday church bombings claimed by Islamic State left at least 43 dead.
10 Apr 2017
Malaysia's airport customs seized about $3.1 million worth of rhino horns, which were shipped from Mozambique on Qatar Airways.

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