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After surviving Boko Haram, returnees now face hunger – Towns lack healthcare, banks, food

South Africa opposition elects first black leader

PORT ELIZABETH: South Africa’s main opposition party, the Democratic Alliance, yesterday elected its first black leader, a major step in its bid to present itself as an alternative to the…

Ebola: A timeline of a ruthless killer – Key dates of the worst ever outbreak

Liberia declared Ebola-free, but outbreak continues over border – Country goes 42 days without a new case

Ebola discovered in eyes of doctor

Mental horror for Boko Haram hostages – Nightmares still linger for extremist slaves

Liberia emerges from nightmare of Ebola – WHO to declare country ‘Ebola-free’ tomorrow

Boko Haram hostages narrate their ordeals

YOLA: Zara Malam’s son Mohammed was just five months old when Boko Haram stormed their village in northeastern Nigeria and carried them off to their stronghold in the Sambisa forest.…

Christian sect killings in Angola shrouded in mystery and fear – Opposition says over 1,000 killed by troops

MOUNT SUMI: The only traces of thousands of Angolan Christian sect members who were camped in these hills are burnt-out vehicles, shacks pocked with bullet holes and bloodstains in the…

Boko Haram in disarray – Militants try to sell captive women

Burundi court validates president third term bid – Protesters fume; genocide victim Rwanda worried

Kerry in Kenya calls for unity to defeat terrorism

NAIROBI: US Secretary of State John Kerry held talks with Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta yesterday on security cooperation, after calling for unity in the face of terror attacks. Kerry’s trip…