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The late Zimbabwean leader's body is in Zvimba, where his body will be viewed by the public.

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Tired of waiting for parties to come to them, young Tunisians have taken up on it themselves to get involved with politics through civil society projects or volunteer work. FRANCE 24 spoke to some of them.

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Some of those who did turn out to see off the 'father' of the nation couldn’t resist making a point about the country’s ruined economy

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Mistrust of health workers and widespread security issues still threaten fight against the second deadliest known outbreak of Ebola in history

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A Human Rights Watch report describes appalling conditions in screening centers; the military rejects the allegations.

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Oly Ilunga denies the accusation that he mismanaged money meant for the fight against Ebola.

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To help alleviate some of the burden associated with migration, US Navy temporarily deploys USNS Comfort hospital ship near Caribbean nation to provide medical services primarily for Venezuelans stranded there

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KINSHASA (Reuters) - A former Congolese health minister was taken into custody on Saturday over alleged mismanagement of funds for the country's response to the Ebola epidemic, police said.

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TRIPOLI (Reuters) - Two commanders of the eastern Libyan forces trying to take the capital Tripoli from the internationally-recognised government were killed late on Friday in a drone strike, officials said.

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African presidents call Robert Mugabe a liberation hero while Zimbabweans appear to shun the funeral.

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US media reported in early August, citing intelligence officials, that the younger Bin Laden had been killed sometime in the last two years in an operation along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border that involved the United States

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Younger bin Laden was described by White House as ‘high-ranking al-Qaida member' who was 'responsible for planning and dealing with various terrorist groups'

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'An ad hoc European agreement between Italy, France, Germany, Portugal and Luxembourg has been reached to allow the landing,' says French official

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HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwe's founder Robert Mugabe was honoured as an icon, principled leader and African intellectual giant at a state funeral on Saturday, after a week of disputes over his burial threatened to embarrass President Emmerson Mnangagwa.

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Migrants from countries including Gambia, Sierra Leone, Ivory Coast, Bangladesh and Egypt were stranded in the country under difficult, brutal conditions

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Pakistani troops are often targeted while constructing a fence along the border with Afghanistan

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NAIROBI (Reuters) - A woman whose death in Tanzania is being investigated by the World Health Organization probably did not have Ebola, a spokesman for the U.S.

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World Food Program rushes to assist thousands of Rohingya refugees many of whom have lost everything in torrential downpours that hit Cox’s Bazaar in Bangladesh

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Agreement with General Motors is set to expire Saturday night 

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A report by Human Rights Watch documents how Nigerian authorities are detaining children, usually with little or no evidence linking them to Boko Haram terrorists

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A report by Human Rights Watch documents how Nigerian authorities are detaining children, usually with little or no evidence linking them to Boko Haram terrorists

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TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunisia's presidential election on Sunday is the most unpredictable in its short experience of democracy, a contest with no overwhelming front-runner at a time of economic angst.

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KHARTOUM (Reuters) - There have been five confirmed deaths from cholera in Sudan's Blue Nile state since Aug. 28, the health ministry said in a statement.

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HARARE (Reuters) - Foreign leaders, supporters and ordinary citizens gathered at a national stadium on Saturday to bid farewell to Zimbabwe's founder Robert Mugabe, after a week of disputes over his burial that have threatened to undermine President Emmerson Mnangagwa.

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VOA reporters Victoria Macchi and Ramon Taylor spoke with a broad sampling of migrants and asylum-seekers in early August. Many departed their home countries months before U.S. policy changes went into effect, under assumptions that no long apply.

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