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The United States says it's "deeply disappointed and concerned" after an Egyptian court sentenced three Al Jazeera reporters to three years in prison.
Authorities say 15 people were arrested this month in Spain for smuggling Moroccan migrants into the country on water scooters in what's been labelled a "very dangerous practice".
Australian journalist Peter Greste has vowed to fight the "outrageous" three year sentences handed to him and two Al Jazeera colleagues in an Egyptian court.
A court will decide whether four suspects arrested after the bodies of 71 migrants were found in a truck can be detained beyond 72 hours.
A top Zimbabwean safari guide has been mauled to death by a lion while trying to protect five New Zealanders.
Vultures get a bad rap. They're not very pretty and are often compared to politicians, which they can't like very much.
Deadly clashes between troops and armed cattle rustlers on the Indian Ocean island of Madagascar have left 23 people dead.
The South African review board that will decide on the release of Oscar Pistorius is to meet on September 18, his family says.
Gunmen have killed 2 Egyptian policemen in the Sinai Peninsula in an attack claimed by Islamic State group jihadists.
Opposition MPs have booed Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe in Parliament, saying his economic policies have "utterly failed".
World Vision says the number of people worldwide without access to fresh water has dropped markedly in recent years, but the toughest part of the job lies ahead.
A South African court has granted bail to one of anti-apartheid icon Nelson Mandela's grandsons who's facing charges of raping an under-age girl.
A child bomber has killed up to 6 people outside a bus station in the heartland of the Boko Haram Islamist insurgency in northeastern Nigeria.
A lion has mauled to death a guide leading tourists on a walking safari in the Zimbabwean national park where Cecil the lion lived before he was shot, police said.
They're celebrating in Sierra Leone, where the final Ebola patient has now been released from hospital.
High above the crowded streets of Addis Ababa, among fields where farmers lead oxen dragging wooden ploughs, sits Ethiopia's space programme.
UN chief Ban Ki-moon has laid a wreath in conflict-hit Nigeria's capital to commemorate the fourth anniversary of a deadly attack on the global body by Boko Haram militants.
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