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A bombing at a bus station in Gombe city in northeast Nigeria has reportedly killed at least 20 people.
More than 7,500 people have now died from the Ebola virus, as the number of cases climbs towards 20,000.
Around 600 Palestinians have left Gaza and entered the Egyptian Sinai after the Rafah crossing was temporarily reopened.
The World Health Organisation reports that as of December 16, there had been 19,031 cases of infection from the deadly virus in west Africa.
Kenyan MPs have voted in favour of a tough anti-terror bill following a heated debate that sparked a brawl in parliament between opposition and pro-government MPs.
At least 28 people have been killed in the latest clashes between armed groups in the Central African Republic.
Boko Haram militants have killed 32 people and kidnapped scores of others in an attack in the restive northeast.
More than 6900 people have now died from the Ebola virus, almost all of them in West Africa, the World Health Organisation says.
French actor Gerard Depardieu's story that he shot and feasted on two lions has been blasted by animal welfare charities as "unlikely" and careless.
The death toll after a passenger ship capsized in the Democratic Republic of Congo has risen to 129. Rescuers have also found more survivors clinging to floating objects.
An Australian-run Ebola clinic will begin operation with five beds, but will gradually increase to its 100-bed capacity.
Islamist fighters have launched a three-pronged attack on a key oil region in eastern Libya but were pushed back by pro-government forces.
At least 26 people have drowned after a boat packed with passengers and goods capsized in Democratic Republic of Congo, officials say.
Lawmakers in Madagascar have voted to abolish the death penalty.
Oscar Pistorius's lawyer has denied that the jailed athlete had "thrown a wobbly" after learning he could face a much harsher punishment for killing his girlfriend.
Poachers in South Africa are killing rhinos for their horns at a faster rate than ever before.
World cereal output is expected to hit record highs in 2014 but food insecurity is worsening across the globe thanks to Ebola and civil conflicts, the UN's food agency says.
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