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Oscar Pistorius's family has accused South African officials of bowing to "political and media hype" after the star's release from prison.
Boko Haram Islamists have attacked Chadian soldiers, killing 11 and wounding 13 in a raid near Lake Chad.
Anglo-Dutch oil group Shell has started pumping crude from a new unit in its massive offshore Bonga oil field in Nigeria.
At least a dozen civilians have been killed in weekend clashes between police and anti-government protesters in the Burundi capital Bujumbura.
Two Egyptian policemen have been shot dead in the bastion of the Islamic State group in the Sinai Peninsula in an attack claimed by the jihadists.
Ongoing clashes in the Central African Republic are preventing aid workers from helping more than 42,000 people who have fled their homes in the latest flare-up.
A state of emergency imposed in Tunisia after a jihadist gunman massacred 38 foreign tourists in June is set to be lifted, the president's office has confirmed.
An alleged Islamist militant accused of ordering the destruction of treasured monuments in Mali's fabled city of Timbuktu will appear before judges at the International Criminal Court.
Heavy firing erupted at the barracks of an elite military unit which staged a short-lived coup in Burkina Faso as their leader asked his troops to lay down their arms to "avoid a bloodbath".
Former FIFA vice-president Jack Warner has been banned for life from all football-related activity.
The Central African Republic's president has appealed for calm as the United Nations reported 36 people dead and almost 30,000 displaced in three days of bloodshed terrorising the capital Bangui.
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has promised at the UN to rescue the schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram fighters in 2014 and to defeat the Islamist militia.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has promised support for a permanent UN police squad and African peacekeeping as he vowed a peaceful rise for the Asian power.
Thousands of people have massed in Congo's capital Brazzaville in a protest against a referendum launched by ruler Denis Sassou Nguesso that would let him extend his rule.
Thousands of Guineans celebrated the country reaching the final stages of the battle with the deadly Ebola epidemic at a concert featuring artists from across Africa.
Fifteen civilians have been killed in an attack by Boko Haram militants on a border village in southeastern Niger.
Australian journalist Peter Greste says he is "overjoyed" that two of his Al Jazeera colleagues have walked free after being pardoned by Egypt's president.
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