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Central African Republic President’s Election Win Confirmed

Central African Republic President Faustin-Archange Touadera is officially beginning his second term Tuesday, a day after the Constitutional Court confirmed his election victory last month. The country's highest court said the turnout was suppressed by...
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Despite US Troop Pullout, Somalia Vows to Continue Security Cooperation

The U.S. withdrawal of troops training Somalia's elite forces has raised concerns about security and stability in the country. But Somali officials and analysts note the country will still count on U.S. air power against al-Shabab militants. Somali Pri...
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Hundreds Arrested After 3rd Night of Rioting Across Parts of Tunisia

Riots and looting were reported late Monday in a number of Tunisian towns and cities, leading to the arrests of nearly 600 people. Widespread rioting began early Sunday, days after the country marked the 10th anniversary of the resignation of long-time...
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Thousands of Eritrean Refugees in Tigray Desperately Short of Aid

The U.N. refugee agency reports thousands of Eritrean refugees trapped by fighting in Ethiopia’s northern Tigray province are in desperate need of food and other essential supplies and services. The Ethiopian government has denied humanitarian agencies...
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