• Insurgents kill at least 11 Algerian soldiers April 20, 2014
    ALGIERS, Algeria (AP) — Islamist insurgents ambushed an Algerian military convoy in a mountainous region, killing 11 soldiers and wounding five others, the Defense Ministry said Sunday.
  • Pope makes Easter plea for Ukraine peace after gunbattle April 20, 2014
    Pope Francis urged the international community to "prevent violence" in Ukraine in his Easter Sunday message after pro-Russian insurgents in the east of the country reported four people killed in a gunbattle. "We ask you to enlighten and inspire the initiatives that promote peace in Ukraine," the Catholic leader said in his prayer for the […]
  • Rwanda Hutu rebels condemn 'terror plot' arrests April 20, 2014
    Rwandan Hutu rebels exiled in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo have condemned the arrest of a group accused of plotting a grenade attack against the government in Kigali. Police in Rwanda arrested three men last Monday -- well-known musician Kizito Mihigo, radio journalist Cassien Ntamuhanga and former soldier Jean Paul Dukuzumuremyi -- accusing them […]
  • Hackers of Oman news agency target Bouteflika April 20, 2014
    Hackers on Sunday targeted the website of Oman's official news agency, singling out and mocking Algeria's newly re-elected president Abdelaziz Bouteflika as a handicapped "dictator". Oman News Agency said its website had been hacked and that "false" reports were posted on the site. The hackers reportedly distorted a news story a […]
  • Pope Francis, huge crowd joyously celebrate Easter April 20, 2014
    VATICAN CITY (AP) — Marking Christianity's most hopeful day, Pope Francis made an Easter Sunday plea for peace and dialogue in Ukraine and Syria, for an end to terrorist attacks against Christians in Nigeria and for more attention to the hungry and neediest close to home.
  • C.Africa on the 'brink of genocide', warns Tutu April 20, 2014
    Nobel peace laureate Desmond Tutu warned Sunday that the Central African Republic was "on the brink of genocide", as he urged warring sides to reconcile their differences and "re-learn to live together". "Over the past 13 months, the nation's seemingly incessant struggles for political power and resources have degenerated into a […]
  • Militants kill 14 Algerian soldiers in ambush April 20, 2014
    ALGIERS, Algeria (AP) — Islamist insurgents ambushed an Algerian military convoy in the mountainous Kabylie region, killing 14 soldiers, the state news agency reported Sunday. The attack came two days after Algeria's presidential election.
  • Westwood wins Malaysian Open April 20, 2014
    KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Lee Westwood ended a two-year winless drought with a seven-shot victory at the Malaysian Open on Sunday.
  • Nigerians mark Easter amid mourning and fear April 20, 2014
    LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) — With little to celebrate, Nigerians marked Easter Sunday with heightened security against a spreading Islamic uprising, mourning the deaths of at least 75 bomb blast victims and fearful of the fate of 85 abducted schoolgirls.
  • On Easter, Pope calls for end to war, condemns waste exacerbating hunger April 20, 2014
    By Philip Pullella VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Pope Francis, in his Easter address before a huge crowd, on Sunday denounced the "immense wastefulness" in the world while many go hungry and called for an end to conflicts in Syria, Ukraine and Africa. "We ask you, Lord Jesus, to put an end to all war and every conflict, whether great or small, anci […]
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    Bouaké (Ivory Coast) (AFP) - West Africa's first outbreak of Ebola fever is bad news for gourmets in Ivory Coast, but brings respite from the hunter to species sought out for tasty meat but feared to carry the disease. Hunters and restaurant owners in the central Ivorian town of Bouake are upset that clients have begun to steer clear of the strong taste […]
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    Carlyle this week became one of the first major private equity players to launch a dedicated sub-Saharan Africa fund, underscoring the growing investor interest in the continent's growing middle class. The US-listed alternative investment manager has raised $698 million (505 million euros) -- almost $200 million above its initial target -- from both Afr […]
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    MANCHESTER, England (AP) — Scott Quigg of Britain retained his WBA super-bantamweight title by stopping substitute Tshifhiwa Munyai of South Africa in the second round on Saturday.
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    WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — Seven-time champions the Crusaders continued their mid-season revival in Super Rugby with an 18-17 win over the Chiefs to lift themselves into the playoffs zone and to second place in the New Zealand conference.
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    Former England opener Marcus Trescothick has said he is willing to help Jonathan Trott in his struggle with a stress-related illness after a similar condition ended his international career. Trott, who made a brief comeback after returning home following England's opening loss in a 5-0 Ashes reverse in Australia, announced he was bowing out of both Warw […]
  • Islamic militants claim this week's Nigeria blast April 19, 2014
    LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) — Islamic extremists Saturday claimed responsibility for the massive rush-hour explosion earlier this week that ripped through a busy bus station in Nigeria's capital, Abuja, killing at least 75 people and wounding 141.
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    Rivalry between jihadist groups fighting in Syria has sharply divided global militant ranks once loosely allied under Al-Qaeda, sparking infighting which experts say has hampered efforts to topple President Bashar al-Assad. And while senior leaders of Al-Qaeda were all but above question under revered founder Osama bin Laden, the conflict has gone so far tha […]
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    A day after Algeria's ailing President Abdelaziz Bouteflika won a fourth term, many young people in the oil-rich nation wonder if the next generation will ever have a chance to rule. Results announced on Friday by Interior Minister Tayeb Belaiz showed that Bouteflika, 77, won 81.53 percent of the votes in an election marred by low turnout and opposition […]
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    Kano (Nigeria) (AFP) - Boko Haram claimed responsibility for the deadliest attack ever in Nigeria’s capital in a video obtained Saturday, as the search continued for 85 schoolgirls still missing after a mass abduction by the Islamists. The bombing at a bus station packed with morning commuters early on Monday killed at least 75 people on the outskirts of Abu […]
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    LAGOS, Nigeria (AP) — It's Sunday, and 15,000 people are seated in the enormous arena-like church, fanning themselves against the dusty humid air in Nigeria.
  • Iran says plane at airport leased to Ghana after U.S.-flagged plane sighting April 19, 2014
    Iran says that a plane which landed in Tehran airport flying the American flag was leased to Ghana's presidential office and carrying a business delegation from the West African nation. The New York Times reported on Thursday that a plane owned by the Bank of Utah was parked in Mehrabad Airport in Tehran on Tuesday. Its presence was noteworthy as the Un […]
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    HAMILTON, New Zealand (AP) — Flyhalf Colin Slade kicked six goals, taking advantage of a one-sided penalty count, to boost the Crusaders to an 18-17 win over defending champions the Chiefs in Super Rugby on Saturday.
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    Four French journalists held hostage in Syria since June were found by Turkish soldiers on its border with Syria on Saturday, Turkish media reported, and French President Francois Hollande said the four were in good health. Nicolas Henin, Pierre Torres, Edouard Elias and Didier Francois were found in Sanliurfa province blindfolded with their hands bound, Dog […]
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    Bangui (Central African Republic) (AFP) - In the nightmare of the strife-torn Central African Republic, many citizens have begun to long for the "good old days" of Jean-Bedel Bokassa, the emperor who became infamous for his brutality yet worked economic wonders in their eyes. Some residents of the capital Bangui are openly nostalgic for the Bokassa […]
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    Nigerian Islamist militant group Boko Haram is still holding 85 girls it abducted from a raid on a secondary school in northeastern Borno state this week, although the other 44 were free, the state government said on Saturday. Monday's mass abduction of schoolgirls aged 15 to 18 by Boko Haram, who are fighting for a breakaway Islamic state in northern N […]
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    ALGIERS, Algeria (AP) — Algeria's frail president won a fourth term in a landslide victory, but it only masks a bigger question for this oil-rich North African nation — what now? It's still unclear who will eventually succeed the 77-year-old leader who has been in power since 1999 and deal with an emboldened opposition.
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    Zimbabwe's strong man ruler Robert Mugabe lashed out at Europe's "homosexual nonsense" and condemned the refusal of its leaders to accept his grip on power in his latest marathon tirade on Friday. "The Europe of yesterday is gone, we have a Europe of today which has no principles at all," the 90-year-old told a crowd of thousand […]
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    The new terms would raise the total pay and benefits for an underground miner at the Implats, Amplats and Lonmin companies by 7.5-10.0 percent a year on average. The total remuneration package would rise to 12,500 rand ($1,188, 860 euros) a month by July 2017, marking a significantly bigger increase than the rate of inflation.
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    ALGIERS, Algeria (AP) — President Abdelaziz Bouteflika won a fourth term in office with a landslide 81 percent of the vote, according to preliminary figures announced Friday by the Algerian government.
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  • Togo seizes tusks of 500 dead elephants February 3, 2014
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  • Mandela leaves $4.1 million to family, schools, ANC February 3, 2014
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  • Suspected Islamists kill 62 in Nigeria; 22 in church January 27, 2014
    YOLA, Nigeria –  Suspected insurgents armed with guns and explosives killed at least 62 people in northeast Nigeria, including at a church service, in a region where Islamist sect Boko Haram is resisting a military crackdown, witnesses said on Monday.
  • US missile strike targets Somali militant leader January 26, 2014
    The U.S. military carried out a missile strike in Somalia on Sunday, targeting a suspected militant leader with links to the al Qaeda and al Shabaab terror networks, U.S. military officials told NBC News. U.S.
  • US family to try rescue effort for S.Sudanese orphans January 24, 2014
    An American family who fled an orphanage they set up in South Sudan because of the outbreak of fighting there, are planning to spend $6,800 on a private plane to fly back into the violence-ravaged nation to rescue 10 orphans who were in their care.
  • South Sudan rivals sign ceasefire deal January 24, 2014
    South Sudan's government and rebels signed a ceasefire Thursday to end more than five weeks of fighting that divided Africa's newest nation and brought it to the brink of civil war. U.S. President Barack Obama, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and the U.N.
  • 'Exceptional': Miner finds 29.6-carat blue diamond January 21, 2014
    A 29.6-carat blue diamond, one of the rarest and most coveted in the world with a possible price tag of tens of millions of dollars, has been discovered at a South African mine by Petra Diamonds.
  • Several arrested for being gay in Nigeria under new law January 14, 2014
    Nigerian police targeted a group of gay men and tortured them into naming dozens of others, human rights activists said Tuesday.
  • Video: New Leader of Central African Republic Orders Crackdown January 13, 2014
    The new leader of the Central African Republic has deployed troops onto the streets with the order to shoot on sight at any further sign of trouble in a bid to end weeks of violence.   ITN/CH4 Alex Thomson reports. (Nightly News)
  • Ex-soldier who wanted to help al-Qaeda gets 7 years January 13, 2014
    A former U.S. Army specialist who admitted to trying to aid the al-Shabaab militant group — the al-Qaeda affiliate in Somalia that claimed responsibility for the horrific mall siege in Kenya — was sentenced Monday to seven years in prison.
  • Nigerian president signs anti-gay bill into law January 13, 2014
    ABUJA, Nigeria — Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan signed a bill on Monday that criminalizes same-sex relationships, defying pressure from Western governments to respect gay and lesbian rights.
  • US deploys small military team to Somalia January 10, 2014
    The United States deployed a small team of military advisers to be based in Somalia for the first time in more than 20 years. The team, called the Mogadishu Coordination Cell, began moving in quietly in October and was fully operational by mid-December.
  • Celebratory gunfire as C. African Republic leader quits January 10, 2014
    BANGUI, Central African Republic - Celebratory gunfire was heard on the streets Friday after the president of the war-torn Central African Republic stepped down amid international efforts to stem a growing humanitarian crisis.
  • Safari club calls in FBI over rhino-hunt death threats January 9, 2014
    A Texas safari club auctioning a permit to hunt an endangered black rhino has contacted the FBI after receiving death threats from animal rights activists, the club said Thursday.
  • Central African Republic crisis: 'Like Darfur, plus anarchy' January 8, 2014
    At Bangui International Airport in Central African Republic, nearly 100,000 people are living in a makeshift camp after fleeing the unspeakable violence that has seized this nation. NBC's Ann Curry reports.
  • African migrants protest Israel detention policy January 5, 2014
    TEL AVIV — Thousands of African migrants, many holding banners demanding freedom for compatriots jailed as illegal job-seekers by Israel, protested on Sunday in a main Tel Aviv square against a new open-ended detention law.
  • Marines evacuate US Embassy staff from South Sudan January 3, 2014
    Marines used a KC-130 cargo plane to evacuate about 20 Americans from the U.S. Embassy in Juba, South Sudan, on Friday in a move to protect personnel from the deteriorating security situation. 
  • US missionaries to fly out of South Sudan January 3, 2014
    An American family caring for 10 orphans in South Sudan were due to fly out of the country Friday night and leave the children at a United Nations camp after being forced to flee intensifying violence.
  • Time running out for US missionaries in South Sudan January 2, 2014
    Time is running out for an American family in South Sudan struggling to rescue 10 orphans from the country, their U.S. friends said Thursday.
  • 233 migrants rescued from 33-foot boat off Italy January 2, 2014
    The Italian navy has rescued 233 migrants from an overcrowded smugglers' boat in rough seas south of Sicily.
  • 'Terrorist' grenade wounds 10 at Kenya nightclub January 2, 2014
    A grenade attack on a popular nightclub outside the coastal Kenyan city of Mombasa wounded at least 10 people early on Thursday, police said.
  • 'Missiles' fly over US missionary fleeing orphanage January 1, 2014
    An American couple who set up an orphanage in South Sudan must choose whether to leave the violence-ravaged country or to stay with the orphans.


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