02/18/2013 8:29amEthiopian rebels on Monday warned a Canadian oil company against oil exploration in the country's east and said the area is unsafe because of fighting.
02/18/2013 9:05amA delegation of U.S. lawmakers met with military officials in Mali's capital on Monday, and urged caution as the French-led military intervention to wrest back control of the country's north from the al-Qaida fighters entered its fifth week.
02/18/2013 9:06amAnglo American Platinum says nine South African miners were injured when its guards opened fire with rubber bullets to stop a fight between rival unions.
02/18/2013 9:49amThe Somali government is offering a $50,000 reward for information that leads to the convictions of those killing journalists, the country's prime minister said.
02/18/2013 10:16amAcademic and co-founder of South Africa's Black Conscious Movement, Mamphela Ramphele, announced the creation of a new political party Monday "to build the South Africa of our dreams," lambasting the 101-year-old African National Congress of Nelson Mandela for corruption and power abuse.
02/18/2013 11:03amNine miners were injured Monday when a machete-wielding mob attacked union stewards and security guards opened fire with rubber bullets amid ongoing labor rivalry at an Anglo American Platinum mine, police said.
02/18/2013 1:05pmThe European Union said Monday it has removed 21 loyalists of Zimbabwe's president from a sanctions list of people facing travel and banking bans.
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