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CAR conflict 'funded by blood timber'

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US President Obama talks terrorism, human rights while in Ethiopia

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Tutu out of hospital 'in days'

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Hague war crimes court to issue first ever verdict

The Hague international war crimes court hands down its first verdict, on a Congolese warlord, on Wednesday after almost a decade of work limited largely to Africa while major cases in the Middle East and Asia remain beyond its reach. Click here to read full story

Charles Taylor trail continues

Lawyers representing former Liberian President, Charles Taylor, today will continue to plead with the Judges at the Hague. Click here to read full story

Mali neighbours threaten force to reverse coup

Mali’s neighbours threatened on Tuesday to use sanctions and a readiness to use military force to dislodge the army leaders behind last week’s coup, urging them to quickly hand back power to civilian rulers. Click here to read full story

Japan expels ambassador

The Japanese government has expelled the Syrian ambassador in Tokyo, Mohamed Ghassan Al Habash. al Habash has been asked to leave the country as soon as possible. Click here to read full story

Cameroon's Biya promises youth jobs after poll win

Cameroon’s President Paul Biya promised more jobs for young people and said he would set Cameroon on the path to being an emerging nation in a speech on Tuesday after he was declared winner of this month’s presidential election. Click here to read full story

Letter from Africa: Mugabe the feminist?

Time to take the fight for women’s rights in Africa seriously Click here to read full story

Trapped S Africa miners 'still alive'

There are signs of life from three people trapped in a South African gold mine following an accident last week, a rescue team says. Click here to read full story

Why some African governments are clamping down on churches

Should Africa’s charismatic churches be regulated? Click here to read full story

DR Congo are crowned CHAN champions

DR Congo win the African Nations Championship (CHAN) for a second time, beating Mali 3-0 in the final in Rwanda. Click here to read full story

Bolasie 'keen to learn' from Adebayor

DR Congo’s Yannick Bolasie says he is keen to learn from Crystal Palace’s new Togolese signing Emmanuel Adebayor. Click here to read full story


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