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Xenophobia tension remains high in Johannesburg

Police spokesperson for South Africa's Gauteng Province said Tuesday, five people were arrested in Johannesburg on Monday night for store breaking ...
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Nine Islamist militants killed by Algerian troop east of Algiers

Algerian troops on Tuesday killed nine Islamist militants in an operation in a mountainous region east of the capital that was once the stronghold of ...
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Nigeria's economy shrinks in 2016 for first time in 25 years

Nigeria's economy contracted 1.5 percent in 2016 due to lower oil revenues and a shortage of hard currency, the National Bureau of Statistics said on ...
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British enquiry accuse Tunisia security forces during 2015 beach attack of cowardice

The 30 British victims of a shooting at a hotel in Tunisia were unlawful killed, a UK inquiry found on Tuesday, with the judge severely critical of ...
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Malta wants EU to pay more to return migrants stranded in Libya to home countries

The European Union should step up funding for the United Nation's migration agency to return migrants stranded in Libya to their home countries ...
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Former Tuareg rebels join forces with Malian military in operation against extremists

Malian soldiers and former Tuareg rebels have staged their first joint patrol in northern Mali, a key step in a 2015 peace agreement meant to help ...

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