01/22/2013 6:46amSeveral defendants on trial in Guinea over a brazen attack on the private residence of President Alpha Conde say authorities tortured them to extract confessions.
01/22/2013 6:56amWitnesses say that police in South Africa have fired rubber bullets at protesters during a third day of violent clashes.
01/22/2013 7:39amAlgerian forces are scouring the Sahara desert for five foreigners missing since Islamist militants attacked a remote natural gas plant, an official said Tuesday.
01/22/2013 7:50amHuman rights activists say Somalis in Kenya are facing increased attacks from gangs and harassment from the police since the government issued an order that all Somali refugees should return to a camp.
01/22/2013 7:54amA judge in Mozambique has ordered the release of a businessman convicted of ordering the 2000 murder of one of the country's top investigative journalists.
01/22/2013 8:05amPolice in Zimbabwe say they are investigating a massive explosion at a tribal sorcerer's house outside the capital, Harare.
01/22/2013 3:29pmAbou Zeid, the shadowy and feared emir of one of al-Qaida's most successful cells, commandeered the packed-dirt home of a family here last week, embedding himself and his hundreds of men in this community of rice growers. He ate spaghetti and powdered milk, read the Quran and planned a war.
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