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Recent incidents of violence that caused three deaths between June 3 and 4 in Bangui, Central African Republic capital, were orchestrated by people seeking to destabilize the country's new authorities, Prime Minister Simplice Sarandji said over the weekend.
Ivorian conservation agents are using the threat of eviction and prosecution to extort money from cocoa growers farming illegally in protected forest reserves, victims and rights groups say.
The UN Security Council on Tuesday unanimously adopted a resolution to ensure strict implementation of arms embargo on Libya.
At least three people including a soldier were killed and six others injured in clashes between a militia and the Somali National Army (SNA) Sunday in Somalia's central Galmudug state.
Four militants were killed and four others captured during a counterterrorism operation, said Algerian Defense Ministry on Saturday in a statement.
A senior Zambian official said on Friday that it was possible for Africa to achieve zero new HIV infections by 2030 as well as zero AIDS death.
A total number of 44 schools across South Africa have introduced Mandarin in this academic year, Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga said on Tuesday.
The British High Commission in Pretoria warned on Monday that there is a high threat from terrorism attacks in South Africa.
In May, stone mason Gilbert Mulunya did not have regular work to enable him to get good income, but he is not a worried man when it comes to finances.
Mali's former prime minister Moussa Mara said Chinese peacekeepers under the UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali (MINUSMA) were more than bringing peace to the West African country.