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13:36, 28 February 2015 Saturday
Thousands protest Boko Haram support army in Cameroon

Boko Haram's six-year insurgency in Nigeria has spread to neighbouring countries, where the group has launched attacks over the past year, burning villages and kidnapping residents.

13:26, 28 February 2015 Saturday
Egypt sends 4 Brotherhood leaders to death for HQ violence

The court also slapped 14 Muslim Brotherhood leaders, including to top leader Mohamed Badie and his two deputies Khairat al-Shater and Rashad Bayoumi, with life sentences each over the same charges

12:45, 28 February 2015 Saturday
Sisi says Egypt never offended Turkey Qatar

Egypt's relations with both Turkey and Qatar soured following the military ouster of Mohamed Morsi – Egypt's first freely elected president – in mid-2013.

11:44, 28 February 2015 Saturday
Lesotho goes to polls in bid for stability after coup

Lesotho has been on a political knife-edge since August after soldiers occupied the country's police headquarters and encircled prime minister Thomas Thabane's residence

10:18, 28 February 2015 Saturday

The aircraft went down 5 kilometers from the frontier inside Libya, TAP said, but did not provide any further detail

09:57, 28 February 2015 Saturday
China questions U S threat of UN sanctions on South

The United States circulated a draft U.N. Security Council resolution on the measure to the 15-member body on Tuesday but stopped short of proposing an arms embargo or placing specific individuals on a blacklis

09:53, 28 February 2015 Saturday
Four long-held Thai hostages released by Somali pirates

The only other remaining hostages of Somali pirates are 26 crew members of the FV Naham 3 ship who were snatched in 2012.

21:36, 27 February 2015 Friday
Libya's PM says Turkey arming rival Tripoli group

A spokesman for Turkey's Foreign Ministry said "Instead of repeating the same baseless and untrue allegations we advise them to support U.N. efforts for political dialogue"

15:32, 27 February 2015 Friday
EU vows to help Somalia fight insecurity

The EU has already trained more than 4,000 Somali army soldiers since 2010 to fight insurgency in the region, EU Ambassador to Somalia Michele Cervone d'Urso said

15:24, 27 February 2015 Friday
14 killed in Madagascar floods

Most of the capital's municipalities were told to be on high alert after floods killed 14 people in the city

14:39, 27 February 2015 Friday
Tanzania opposition calls for boycott of constitutional referendum

Opposition leaders will ask a court to block the constitution which they say was passed without a quorum last year by an assembly dominated by CCM after opposition parties walked out in protest.

14:28, 27 February 2015 Friday
Lesotho prepares for early vote in bid to ease political

The vote is being held about two years ahead of schedule under a political deal brokered by South Africa, which surrounds the mountainous kingdom.

13:37, 27 February 2015 Friday
Three killed over gold discovery on Mali-Guinea border

Guinean miners armed with guns and knives killed three Malians in the village of Sanafara, about 100 kilometres west of the capital

12:11, 27 February 2015 Friday
Victor Ochen 1st Ugandan Nobel peace prize nominee

He told AA the nomination is not only good for the image of Uganda, but of Africa as a whole

11:19, 27 February 2015 Friday
Zambia's former mines minister jailed for corruption

Prosecution witnesses in the trial testified that with the minister's influence, the Chinese firm was awarded the licences within three days when such a process normally lasted months.

10:34, 27 February 2015 Friday
U S military ends Ebola mission in Liberia

Washington launched the mission five months ago and the force peaked at over 2,800 troops at a time when Liberiawas at the epicentre of the worst Ebola epidemic on record.

09:25, 27 February 2015 Friday
Bomb attacks kill at least 23 in north central Nigeria

Suicide bombings have become a common tactic for Boko Haram in the last year as the group expanded its control over territory in Africa's biggest oil producer and top economy.

09:20, 27 February 2015 Friday
Coalition partners threaten to challenge Ivory Coast president

Four PDCI dissidents said they would defy the party congress if it supports the arrangement between Ouattara and Bedie and would stand in this year's elections anyway.

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