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29 Jan 2017
Increasing numbers of migrants from the Horn of Africa are trying to get jobs in Saudi Arabia – by risking being killed by the war in Yemen.
25 Jan 2017
Gambia's new government has already got to work, revoking a state of emergency and ordering an investigation into the wealth of exiled former president Yahya Jammeh.
24 Jan 2017
Sudan has reached an agreement with one of the main rebel groups in the Darfur conflict - a major development in the effort to restore peace to the region.
23 Jan 2017
Samsung has released its report on last year's exploding phones' scandal, which forced them to recall millions of devices.
22 Jan 2017
After 22 years in power, Gambia's former ruler Yahya Jammeh has left the country, ending a political crisis that lasted for more than a month.
22 Jan 2017
The Brazilian football team that lost much of its squad when their plane crashed last November has made an emotional return to the pitch.
21 Jan 2017
Former president Yayha Jammeh has finally agreed to leave office, avoiding a military confrontation with West Africa nations.
20 Jan 2017
West African nations have given The Gambia's former president Yahya Jammeh until Friday at noon to leave office. They have deployed air, land, and sea forces inside the country to support his successor, President Adama Barrow.
20 Jan 2017
One of the main features of a US president's inauguration is the speech delivered by the new leader.
19 Jan 2017
Egyptians are voicing their support for retired football star Mohamed Aboutrika after a court in Cairo added him to a 'terror watch list'. He's accused of supporting the Muslim Brotherhood - which is banned in Egypt.
19 Jan 2017
Just hours before the end of his term in office, Gambia's incumbent President Yahya Jammeh is showing no sign of leaving, with parliament extending his term.
17 Jan 2017
Uganda is welcoming hundreds of thousands of refugees. Last year, South Sudan produced more refugees than any other country, with nearly half a million of them settling in northern Uganda.

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In an interview with FRANCE 24, Ayman Safadi, Jordan’s deputy prime minister and foreign minister, said it was time to reassess Western policy vis-à-vis Syria and that the approach followed in recent years had failed. “The only end to the crisis is a political solution,” he added. The Jordanian minister also hinted that his country was favourable to bringing Syria back into the Arab League.
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Despite being the first genocide of the 20th century, the 1904-1908 massacre of the indigenous Herero and Nama peoples by German colonial troops in Namibia remains a little-known chapter of history. It was not until May of this year that Berlin officially recognised its responsibility for the atrocities. Our regional correspondents report.
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A Ugandan company uses banana tree byproducts to create strands for hair extensions. The result? A stronger, reusable, and biodegradable fabric.
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Indian police claim two marijuana smugglers were using Amazon's website to order and move their product. Investigators accused the retail giant of "not cooperating" with the authorities.