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Hormuud Telecom says it has equally been a victim of the terrorist group.

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Local administrator says Marie Claire Niyongere was sexually assaulted before being killed.

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Three months had gone by since the animals went missing during the storm.

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Nairobi and Mogadishu agree to restore bilateral agreements to allow free movement of people.

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The UN has stepped up efforts to secure peace and advance gender equality in the region.

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Hundreds of young volunteers are back on the streets to help stranded commuters.

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US says “gravely disappointed” with South Sudan’s failure to form a unity government.

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TCRA says over 31 million phone users have not yet registered biometrically.

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Finance minister Mthuli Ncube reads budget amid shortages and collapsing currency

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Experts are working on legislation to grant English speaking regions a special status following the Major National Dialogue

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President Jose Mario Vaz dares Ecowas which has threatened him with sanctions

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President Joao Lourenco left Angola as the country marked its 44th Independence Day

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Country stops importation, distribution and sale of Kenyan brands amid investigations.

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Leniency would be shown to allow previously barred candidates to stand.

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President Edgar Lungu says ready to push his controversial bid to the ruling Zambia Patriotic Front's party congress

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South Sudan not yet out of the woods.

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Kenyan diplomats rope in legendary athletes in promotion.

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The new pre-transitional period will start on November 12 to February 22, 2020.

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South Sudan warring factions now have 100 days to resolve all pending issues.

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Warring parties agree to revisit sticky issues that impeded establishment of new government

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Results from this year’s count indicate that population grew by one million annually, to 47.6m.

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Rwandan govt says it will not interfere with judicial process.

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Tanzania is now looking to establish an Information Technology professionals board.

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Trouble started when PM Abiy Ahmed announced that elections will be held in May 2020.

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Burundian president says objectives of his tenure, including peace have been met.

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President Paul Kagame has criticised Uganda for failing to organise a second bilateral meeting.

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Brave face despite unresolved trade disputes, border differences and unpaid EAC bills.

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Workneh Gebeyehu, the new Executive Secretary, faces the challenge of unifying members.

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The $4bn dam is at the heart of Ethiopia's manufacturing and industrial dreams.

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The country has only enough foreign currency reserves to fund imports for a few weeks.

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