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Promises to end the devastating wars in Darfur, South Kordofan and Blue Nile come with a price tag.

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South Africa's governing party is scathing about the US president's reported insult of Nelson Mandela.

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Students light candles and plan to embalm the 22-year-old bream which lived in a university pond.

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The record-breaking Nile level could inundate precious relics as the country is hit by heavy rains.

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An African has never been at the helm of the global trade body, but that could soon change.

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Outrage in South Africa over the killing by police of a 16-year-old with Down's syndrome

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Monday's incident happened in Sousse, where 38 people, mostly Britons, were killed in a 2015 attack.

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The men are accused of cloning the website of a Dutch company to obtain an order from a German state.

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The advert showed African hair labelled dry and dull while white hair was described as fine and flat.

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Disposal of PPE used in the fight against Covid-19 is creating a safety and environmental challenge in Kenya.

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Zimbabwean forward Gabriel Nyoni finds himself a new football club using his marketing degree and social media.

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A video of a tongue-lashing one reporter recently received comes as no surprise, writes Mannir Dan Ali.

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The Rwandan president denies claims that Paul Rusesabagina was spirited out of Dubai to face arrest.

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The incident happened in Sousse, where 38 people, mostly Britons, were killed in a 2015 attack.

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Ibrahim Boubacar Keïta was toppled by the military in August after mass protests against his rule.

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In May 1977 a ruling party killed thousands, but the purge has been shrouded in mystery for decades.

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Niger's human rights commission has said the killings happened during counterinsurgency operations.

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The feud between Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed and the ruling party in the Tigray region is escalating.

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An investigation has been launched by the Egyptian FA after the original Africa Cup of Nations trophy it was awarded in 2010 goes missing in Cairo.

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The offer to pay those whose land was seized 20 years ago is intended to mend relations with the West.

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A selection of the week's best photos from across the continent and beyond.

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Ethiopia has begun filling the mega dam before reaching an agreement with Sudan and Egypt.

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Former Nigeria Under-20 goalkeeper John Felagha has been confirmed to have collapsed and died in his room at the camp of Aspire Football Dreams in Senegal.

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Experts are reaching towards a startling hypothesis about the continent's low infection and death rates.

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