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Remove or keep a statue? South Africa debates painful legacy

By CHRISTOPHER TORCHIA

A hulking statue of a late 19th century white leader, with a cane and top hat, has been a flashpoint for cultural conflict in South Africa for years.

Remove or keep a statue? South Africa debates painful legacy

By CHRISTOPHER TORCHIA

A hulking statue of a late 19th century white leader, with a cane and top hat, has been a flashpoint for cultural conflict in South Africa for years.

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South Sudan starts planning for life beyond war, cautiously

By SAM MEDNICK

For the first time since fleeing his home when civil war broke out in South Sudan five years ago, Raan Bona is daring to plan for the future.

AU force in Somalia says not involved in ex-al-Shabab arrest

By ABDI GULED

The African Union peacekeeping mission in Somalia says it had no part in the arrest of the former No. 2 leader of the al-Shabab extremist group, who has been a leading candidate for a regional presidency.

AU force in Somalia says not involved in ex-al-Shabab arrest

By ABDI GULED

The African Union peacekeeping mission in Somalia says it had no part in the arrest of the former No. 2 leader of the al-Shabab extremist group, who has been a leading candidate for a regional presidency.

Nigeria's military lifts suspension of UNICEF activities

By BASHIR ADIGUN

Nigeria's military has lifted a suspension of UNICEF's work in the extremist-threatened northeast just hours after it accused the U.N. agency of training people for "clandestine activities."

Nigeria's military lifts suspension of UNICEF activities

By BASHIR ADIGUN

Nigeria's military has lifted a suspension of UNICEF's work in the extremist-threatened northeast just hours after it accused the U.N. agency of training people for "clandestine activities."

Ethiopia moving troops from Eritrean border amid new peace

By ELIAS MESERET

Ethiopian military officials on Friday announced they are moving troops away from the border with Eritrea, months after the former rivals made a surprising peace.

Ethiopia moving troops from Eritrean border amid new peace

By ELIAS MESERET

Ethiopian military officials on Friday announced they are moving troops away from the border with Eritrea, months after the former rivals made a surprising peace.

US demands immediate end to violence, talks in Cameroon

By EDITH M. LEDERER

The United States demanded an immediate end to violence in Cameroon on Thursday and a speedy start to talks between the government and Anglophone separatists without preconditions.

US demands immediate end to violence, talks in Cameroon

By EDITH M. LEDERER

The United States demanded an immediate end to violence in Cameroon on Thursday and a speedy start to talks between the government and Anglophone separatists without preconditions.

Somali ex-Islamist militant running for regional government is arrested, sparking violent protests

By Lucia Suarez Sang

A former Islamist leader of Somalia’s al-Shabab extremists now running for a regional presidency was arrested and beaten Thursday, prompting violent protests between his supporters and security forces, his spokesman and officials said.

Split over asylum laws, EU leaders aim to keep migrants out

By LORNE COOK

Hopelessly divided over how to improve the European Union's asylum system, EU leaders are set Thursday to underline their intention to keep beefing up Europe's borders and outsource their migrant challenge to the countries of northern Africa.

Former Somalia extremist now running for office is arrested

By ABDI GULED

The former number two leader of Somalia's al-Shabab extremists, who is now a candidate in a regional election, was arrested Thursday prompting violent protests in which four people were killed, officials said.

Former Somalia extremist now running for office is arrested

By ABDI GULED

The former number two leader of Somalia's al-Shabab extremists, who is now a candidate in a regional election, was arrested Thursday prompting violent protests in which four people were killed, officials said.

Fire destroys thousands of Congo voting machines in capital

By SALEH MWANAMILONGO

An early-morning fire in Congo's capital destroyed thousands of voting machines just 10 days before the presidential election, officials said Thursday, saying the blaze appeared to be criminal in nature but vowing that it would not disrupt the vote.

Fire destroys thousands of Congo voting machines in capital

By SALEH MWANAMILONGO

An early-morning fire in Congo's capital destroyed thousands of voting machines just 10 days before the presidential election, officials said Thursday, saying the blaze appeared to be criminal in nature but vowing that it would not disrupt the vote.

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