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10:32, 23 November 2014 Sunday

09:21, 23 November 2014 Sunday
S Sudan Egypt to ink cooperation pacts

South Sudanese Foreign Minister Barnaba Benjamin said Kiir discussed bilateral cooperation in the fields of health, agriculture, youth and culture during his meeting with Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi

09:14, 23 November 2014 Sunday
S Sudan officials pull out of Kiir's camp

The three men accused Kiir of lacking the necessary will to put an end to the conflict in his fledging country

18:03, 22 November 2014 Saturday
Libya C Bank denies Muslim Brotherhood control

Some Arab media had recently claimed that the bank had already been controlled by the Muslim Brotherhood and some of Libya's militant movements

17:22, 22 November 2014 Saturday
Algeria to repatriate illegal African migrants

Benhabyles said the migrants would be airlifted to the southern province of Tamanrasset before they are asked to cross the border back into Niger

16:35, 22 November 2014 Saturday
Tanzania s Masai face eviction for Dubai royals' hunt

Authorities in Tanzania have ordered the eviction of 40,000 Masai people so their ancestral home can be turned into a hunting ground for Dubai royals.

14:00, 22 November 2014 Saturday
New Burkina president vows to identify Sankara's body

Though murdered revolutionary folk hero Sankara's body was placed in an unmarked grave, it is believed to be buried in a cemetery in the capital Ouagadougou's Dagnoen neighbourhood.

10:29, 22 November 2014 Saturday
Gunmen kill 28 in northeast Kenya bus attack

Tensions have escalated in Mandera County, near the border with Ethiopia and Somalia, in the past year as clashes between clans have displaced hundreds of people.

10:11, 22 November 2014 Saturday
Up to 80 people killed by suspected Ugandan rebels in

Authorities in the Democratic Republic of Congo and civil society groups have blamed a string of recent attacks in the east of the country on ADF

09:47, 22 November 2014 Saturday
UN makes appeal for 600mn for S Sudan aid

According to Toby Lanzer, UN humanitarian coordinator in South Sudan, UN officials are already in discussions with Juba to find ways of prepositioning supplies in hard-to-reach areas of the country

09:18, 22 November 2014 Saturday
Nigeria says cleared towns of militants arms recovered

According to the release, the army also flushed Boko Haram militants out of the Fachi and Duma localities and wiped out any trace of the group's gunmen in Gombi, Pella and Hong

09:09, 22 November 2014 Saturday
Unidentified warplanes bomb W Libya militant sites

Unidentified warplanes bombarded several sites in western Libya associated with the Dawn of Libya.

23:52, 21 November 2014 Friday
Togo opposition marchers clash with security forces

The demonstrators were calling on the government to implement an agreed presidential term limit under which President Faure Gnassingbe would step down next year.

17:47, 21 November 2014 Friday
Uganda to probe police army over missing ivory

Earlier this month, the state-run New Vision newspaper reported that an audit had been carried out at the Uganda Wildlife Authority that had revealed the loss of the ivory.

16:22, 21 November 2014 Friday

Kiir arrived in Cairo on Friday at the head of a high-level delegation that includes the ministers of foreign affairs, electricity, irrigation, oil, education, health, communication, sports and culture.

16:19, 21 November 2014 Friday
Morsi supporters back calls for Nov 28 'uprising'

Supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi appeared to support calls for planned mass protests on November 28, initiated by Egypt's pro-Morsi Salafist Front

15:36, 21 November 2014 Friday
Tunisians prepare to elect new president

Two presidential candidates appear to be the frontrunners in the upcoming polls – interim President Moncef Marzouki and Beji Caid Essebsi, who served as parliament speaker under Ben Ali.

13:31, 21 November 2014 Friday
Zambia's President Scott suspended as ruling party leader

Scott, who became Africa's first white head of state in 20 years when Michael Sata died last month, is still a member of the PF and Zambia's leader, but will not be eligible to stand in the Jan. 20 presidential vote

13:26, 21 November 2014 Friday

Shuttering the mosques - now five in total - has provoked an outcry from Muslim youths, who have demanded access to them for prayer.

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