Violent clashes in Kenya following election result
13 August 2017 | 3:00 am
Violence erupted in Nairobi's slums on Saturday morning after incumbent Uhuru Kenyatta was confirmed as president on Friday.
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Volatile Libya was scheduled to hold democratic elections, meant to finally pave the way to stability and peace. But, with the vote now postponed, young Libyans are growing increasingly frustrated with the country's political elite.
A commission in Gambia has suggested that former President Yahya Jammeh be brought before an international tribunal for crimes committed during his 22-year dictatorship.
Militias rule northeastern Congo through fear and bloodshed. The central government has little to no authority here. Mama Faida saw her own family murdered - and joined a militia to seek revenge.
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