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14:15, 24 October 2014 Friday

09:46, 24 October 2014 Friday
Ghannouchi eyes 'unity govt' after Tunisia polls

Voters will cast ballots on October 26 for 217 members of the National Assembly, which will choose a new prime minister to replace Tunisia's current caretaker administration.

09:19, 24 October 2014 Friday
Kenya court halts multibillion-dollar railway

Kenya and China signed a $3.8-billion deal for the construction of the railway in May

09:11, 24 October 2014 Friday
Egypt NGO pushes against forced disappearance

The Hesham Mubarak Law Center said that it would file a lawsuit against the government on the background of its failure to take measures to protect citizens against forced disappearance.

09:07, 24 October 2014 Friday
Jewish S African activist group slams Israel on Gaza war

"Many Jews in our country are deeply troubled by the actions of Israel and the human rights abuses which are inflicted on Palestinians," Leonard Shapiro, spokesman for the South African Jewish Voices for a Just Peace, said

23:25, 23 October 2014 Thursday
Burkina Faso opposition rejects referendum plan

Opposition leader Zephirin Diabre urged people across Burkina Faso to close market stalls and walk out of private and public sector jobs on Oct. 28 to mark the beginning of a civil disobedience campaign

22:31, 23 October 2014 Thursday
Nigeria pledges 600 volunteers as Africa fights Ebola

African nations' response to the crisis has drawn criticism, with officials in Liberia bemoaning a lack of African solidarity

15:19, 23 October 2014 Thursday
Somali port poised for facelift with Turkish help

Albayrak aims to build four new berths and repair others, bringing the number of working berths to 10.

14:43, 23 October 2014 Thursday
Somalis gather in Addis Ababa to discuss federalism

Event participants in Addis Ababa are expected to discuss various topics related to federalism, including fiscal federalism

14:05, 23 October 2014 Thursday
2 killed in Tunisia clashes

A Tunisian policeman was killed on Thursday when security forces clashed with militants on the outskirts of Tunis

13:29, 23 October 2014 Thursday
Botswana prepares for tight election

Khama's Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) is expected to win a reduced majority, extending the grip on power it has held since 1966

13:16, 23 October 2014 Thursday

Some companies have threatened to halt operations and lay off workers if taxes are not refunded

13:03, 23 October 2014 Thursday
Morsi Brotherhood lawyers not to withdraw from trials

A Muslim Brotherhood source said that Morsi, who faces multiple criminal charges, did not have a say in the matter since he refuses to recognize the legitimacy of the trials.

11:11, 23 October 2014 Thursday
60 women feared kidnapped in Nigeria's Adamawa

Up to 60 women have reportedly been kidnapped in Nigeria's Adamawa State in the restive northeastern region

11:03, 23 October 2014 Thursday
Niger buys quot spy plane quot to combat Sahel militants

Hassoumi Massaoudou, Niger's minister of the interior and public security, said it would be operated by Niger's intelligence service, the General Direction of Documentation and External Security.

10:56, 23 October 2014 Thursday
Chinese peacekeepers expected in SSudan at start of 2015

China announced last month that it would send the troops to help protect civilians amid renewed violence.

09:11, 23 October 2014 Thursday
Nigeria talks with Boko Haram but no sign of girls'

A senior Chadian diplomatic source who requested anonymity said Jonathan made the announcement to show he had obtained a result but a deal had not yet been finalised.

09:05, 23 October 2014 Thursday

The decree pardons certain political figures living outside the African country, who were previously accused of committing political crimes, according to state television

15:58, 22 October 2014 Wednesday

Crowds gathered at the U.N. base calling for peacekeepers to leave the town after two people were shot dead on Tuesday during a protest

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