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Somali-US Military Claim to Destroy an Al-Shabab Training Base

Big Game: U. Soldiers’ Secret Hunt for Jihadists in a Kenyan Forest

US Pledges $639M, Aid Agencies Say Speed Key to Saving Lives

THONYOR, South Sudan (AP) — "I went only with my fear," said Gatluok Chuol. "If the soldiers found me, they would have killed me.

Zimbabwe Pastor, Government Critic Arrested After Speech

Zimbabwe to US Critics: ‘Go and Hang on a Banana Tree’ HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — U. critics of Zimbabwe’s human rights record “can go and hang on a banana tree,” a Zimbabwean official sa

Boot Camps, Internships Train ‘Climate Champions’ — Uganda

women at the forefront of research to improve climate change adaptation activity.

Former al-Shabab Leader US Drops Reward Offer

Al-Shabaab leader, Mukhtar Robow surrenders

Rape, Domestic Abuse Among Traumas South Sudan Refugees Carry to Camps

“We have had systematic, ongoing attacks against the civilian population for months and months and months but no action – and that’s shocking.

Al-Qaida-linked Group Claims Deadly Attack-Mali Resort

BAMAKO — A new alliance of Islamist militant groups linked to al-Qaida on Monday claimed responsibility for an attack that killed at least five people at

Cameroon’s Suspicious Clergy Deaths Spark Outcry

The Archbishop of Bafia in Cameroon, Mgr Jean Marie Benoît Balla, has reportedly taken his own life by jumping into the Sanaga River around the Ebebda Bridge in Cameroon.

New HIV Infections Climb among Young Women in South Africa

JOHANNESBURG — Among the people socializing in a tavern in Alexandra township in Johannesburg is Karabo Sathekge, said.

Lesotho Incoming PM’s Wife Shot Dead Days before His Swearing-in

MASERU, LESOTHO — Lesotho’s incoming prime minister will take office Friday with a heavy heart, his spokesman says, after his estranged wife was shot dead

Vintage Typewriters Gain Fans Amid ‘Digital Burnout’

ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO — Typewriter enthusiasts gather at an Albuquerque restaurant to experiment with vintage Smith Coronas.

29 Dead After Al-Shabab Attacks Mogadishu Restaurants

Officials in Somalia say at least 29 people were killed in an overnight attack by al-Shabab militants on two popular Mogadishu restaurants.

1,000 Migrants Rescued Off Libyan Coast; Two Dead

Spain Brings 600 Mediterranean Migrants To Europe in 24 Hours in Busiest Day of 2017 So Far

Diplomatic Ties Israel, Senegal Mend

Israel and Senegal have mended diplomatic ties that ruptured after the West African country co-sponsored a U. Security Council resolution in December

2 Lions, Freed from Circuses, Are Poached in South Africa

2 Lions, Freed from Circuses, Are Poached in South Africa

UN: Renewed Violence Puts CAR Peace Process on Life Support

The United Nations warns a new spiral of escalating violence in the Central African Republic is threatening to wipe out progress made since peace