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One civilian was killed and two others injured Saturday when four female bombers blew themselves up in Cameroon's Far North, an area regularly targeted by Boko Haram jihadists, local sources told AFP.Read More
Riot police stepped in to break up clashes among some 100 African migrants armed with sticks and rocks in the northern French city of Calais on Saturday, local police said, following similar brawls the night before.Read More
The new director general of the World Health Organisation, Tedros Adhanom, took over managing the UN health agency on Saturday, the WHO said.Read More
Sudan insisted on Saturday that it respected media and religious freedoms after the United States said it was "very concerned" about Khartoum's human rights record.Read More
Chad's President Idriss Deby has named award-winning arthouse movie director Mahamat Saleh Haroun as minister of culture, tourism and crafts as part of a government reshuffle.Read More
If there's one symbol that defines Nigeria's economic hub of Lagos it's the yellow "danfo" mini-bus, the closest thing to public transport in the chaotic, sprawling metropolis.Read More
EU foreign ministers on Monday urged Libyan authorities to redouble efforts to protect migrants, especially those held in detention centres, as record numbers cross the Mediterranean seeking safety in Europe.Read More