Day of Carnage at Tunisian Museum Leaves Memories, Questions
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Day of Carnage at Tunisian Museum Leaves Memories, Questions

Bouazza ben Bouazza and Harold Heckle, ASSOCIATED PRESS   TUNIS, Tunisia (AP) — With bullets…

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Outgoing Namibian President Wins $5 Million Africa Leadership Prize
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Outgoing Namibian President Wins $5 Million Africa Leadership Prize

  NAIROBI, Kenya (Reuters)—Namibia’s outgoing president, Hifikepunye Pohamba, has won the Mo Ibrahim Foundation’s $5…

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Zimbabwe’s Mugabe, 90, Becomes African Union Chairman
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Zimbabwe’s Mugabe, 90, Becomes African Union Chairman

Edmund Blair, REUTERS   ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (Reuters)—Ninety-year-old Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe, one of Africa’s…

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West African Leaders Mull New Force to Fight Boko Haram Insurgents
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West African Leaders Mull New Force to Fight Boko Haram Insurgents

Matthew Mpoke Bigg and Kwasi Kpodo   ACCRA, Ghana (Reuters)—West African leaders will seek authority…

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Zimbabwe’s President Alleges U.S. Plot Against Him
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Zimbabwe’s President Alleges U.S. Plot Against Him

  HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has accused his vice president of…

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Tanzania: Maasai Group Looks Likely to Keep Land
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Tanzania: Maasai Group Looks Likely to Keep Land

Jason Straziuso, ASSOCIATED PRESS   NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — A Maasai community near Tanzania’s Serengeti…

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Zimbabwe VP Denies Plot to Kill Mugabe
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Zimbabwe VP Denies Plot to Kill Mugabe

Farai Mutsaka, ASSOCIATED PRESS   HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Zimbabwe’s vice president has denied reports…

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Mozambique Elections Declared Free and Clear
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Mozambique Elections Declared Free and Clear

Emmanuel Camillo and Lynsey Chutel, ASSOCIATED PRESS   MAPUTO, Mozambique (AP) — Observer missions declared Mozambique’s national election free…

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