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

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Sunday’s vote, following President Beji Caid Essebsi’s death while in office, is an unpredictable free-for-all featuring 26 candidates.

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Traders in Johannesburg’s city center say political rhetoric has made them more vulnerable.

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The deal would create a $3.4 trillion economic zone of some 1.3 billion people. But critics say it will only benefit the continent's already prosperous countries.

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“A liberator to some, a ruinous dictator to others," wrote one Zimbabwean journalist.

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The champion of the black liberation struggle in Africa rose to political power, then let his nation fall into ruin over a 37-year iron-fisted rule.

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Nigerian Vice President Yemi Osinbajo also cancelled his participation in the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting on Africa, which is taking place in Cape Town this week.

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The extremist group’s taxation scheme now reaches Mogadishu’s seaport and markets.

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This decade’s population survey includes categories for intersex and indigenous people.

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Japan hosts a summit of African leaders and vows to harness private-sector investment.

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A probe into human rights abuses is unfolding in the age of social media.

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At least two dozen people have died after recent attacks on churches.

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The agreement follows nine months of massive street protests that recalled the Arab Spring.

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Zimbabweans weather repeated crackdowns amid an implosion of public services. 

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