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11 Jan 2017
Daniel Ortega has been sworn in as president of Nicaragua for the third consecutive time after his party won 71 of the 92 seats in the parliament
10 Jan 2017
Gambia's Supreme Court is expected to hold a hearing after the ruling party launched an appeal for a rerun of last month's presidential election.
10 Jan 2017
Toymakers from around the world are meeting in Hong Kong to showcase their latest interactive designs.
10 Jan 2017
Refugees are struggling against Serbia's winter as they shelter in an abandoned warehouse on the border with Hungary.
9 Jan 2017
In less than two weeks, US President Barack Obama will hand over power to Donald Trump. Most agree that the US economy is in much better shape than it was when Obama was elected in 2008.
8 Jan 2017
Africa’s oldest liberation movement, South Africa’s African National Congress (ANC), is 105 years old. The ruling party is plagued by allegations of corruption and infighting.
8 Jan 2017
Ivory Coast's defence minister has been allowed to leave an official's house in the second-largest city, Bouake, after soldiers opened fire on it.
7 Jan 2017
Authorities are trying to determine what motivated the 26-year-old Iraq war veteran to carry out the attack Police in the US are trying to find out why a man went on a shooting spree at a Florida airport, killing five people.
7 Jan 2017
Heavy gunfire has been heard for the second day in Ivory Coast's second largest city of Bouake, where soldiers have taken control after demanding better pay.
7 Jan 2017
Security experts blame the escalating tensions between rival drug gangs in the state of Roraima for the violence.
6 Jan 2017
The UN is warning that the sabotage of water supplies near the Syrian capital amounts to a war crime. The main water source for Damascus has been cut off as fighting rages on in Wadi Barada.
5 Jan 2017
Claiming tens of thousands of lives each year, asbestos is recognised as a killer. Efforts continue in many countries to get rid of the material once loved by builders.

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The remains of Congolese icon Patrice Lumumba, the country's first prime minister, are laid to rest in Kinshasa. Belgium returned a tooth belonging to the murdered independence hero earlier this month. Also, African ministers of education were in Paris on Thursday for a UNESCO summit on tackling the devastating effect that the pandemic has had on education.
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UNESCO World Heritage site the Château de Chambord became one of the world's most majestic concert venues this week, as British rocker Sting performed against the backdrop of its French Renaissance towers. The star also spoke about how his 1985 hit "Russians" is finding new relevance after the invasion of Ukraine.