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Machar loyalists blamed for death of legislator

Followers of Dr. Riek Machar, the leader of the Sudan People Liberation Movement In Opposition (SPLA-IO) who is in exile in South Africa, have been blamed for the assassination of a South Sudan regional parliament legislator in Uganda.

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Uganda Marburg virus contained

Uganda has contained an outbreak of the Ebola-like Marburg virus weeks after it emerged, the World Health Organization said Friday, praising improved response systems since the disastrous West African Ebola epidemic.

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Muslims protest Trump’s Jerusalem declaration

More than 1000 Malaysian Muslims have protested outside the United States Embassy in Kuala Lumpur against United States President’s decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

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Odinga plans swearing-in illegally

Kenya's Attorney General Githu Muigai said on Thursday that the planned swearing-in of the opposition leader is illegal and by law is considered high treason.

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Cameroon refugee’s crisis spills over into Nigeria

Violence in English-speaking areas of Cameroon over the last year is having a knock-on effect in neighboring Nigeria, where thousands of refugees are seeking sanctuary.

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Zimbabwe freezes ministers accounts

The Zimbabwean government has frozen bank accounts belonging to exiled former ministers Saviour Kasukuwere and Jonathan Moyo.

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SA President rebukes Ramaphosa’s comments

South African President on Friday responded to its deputy president statement that he believed the version of the woman who accused the president of rape more than a decade ago, with a terse reminder that he was acquitted by the high court.

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Japan plans long-range missiles amid N Korea threat

Japan plans to purchase offensive air-to-surface missiles to counter North Korea's rising military threat, its defense minister said Friday, and a move likely to stir debate over its decades-long pacifist policy.

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No tolerance for UN peacekeepers involved in sexual exploitation

The United Nations Victim’s Rights Advocate has warned that there will be absolutely no tolerance for UN peacekeepers involved in sexual abuse and exploitation in the countries where they are serving.

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SA concerned over American embassy move to Jerusalem

The South Africa’s Department of International Relations and Cooperation (Dirco) expressed concern over United States President’s decision to move the American embassy to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv, in violation of international law.

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