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September 17th, 2014
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Archive: News / World / Africa (12 Stories)

Nigeria rebels claim attack in oil-rich delta

01/27/2014 1:40am
Rebels are claiming responsibility for an attack on a security patrol boat on a waterway in Nigeria's southern Bayelsa state.

Tunisia finally passes progressive constitution

01/27/2014 1:55am
After decades of dictatorship and two years of arguments and compromises, Tunisians finally have a new constitution laying the foundations for a new democracy.

Ivory Coast: Mob attacks gay rights group office

01/27/2014 4:35am
The head of Ivory Coast's most prominent gay rights organization says its headquarters were "ransacked" by an anti-homosexual mob that destroyed property, stole equipment and injured a security guard.

Ivory Coast: Mob attacks gay rights group office

01/27/2014 5:38am
An angry mob "ransacked" the headquarters of Ivory Coast's most prominent gay rights organization, an official said Monday, following days of anti-gay protests in a country generally seen as moderate on the issue.

Anglican head to visit violence-hit African region

01/27/2014 8:07am
The archbishop of Canterbury, head of the worldwide Anglican church, says he will visit Africa's violence-prone Great Lakes region later this week.

UN rights rapporteur gives grim Rwanda assessment

01/27/2014 9:56am
The U.N. special rapporteur says Rwanda's government needs to open up political space and allow freedom of assembly.

Ivory Coast: Mob attacks gay rights group office

01/27/2014 10:36am
An angry mob "ransacked" the headquarters of Ivory Coast's most prominent gay rights organization, an official said Monday, underscoring the dangers facing such groups in Africa even in the few countries where homosexual acts are not crimes.

Somali militants coming under deadly US pressure

01/27/2014 1:32pm
A U.S. missile strike that killed a high-ranking intelligence officer for al-Shabab has illustrated the stepped-up pressure on the al-Qaida-linked militants, both from American attacks and from African Union ground troops.

Kenya: Hi-tech help to stop human-lion conflict

01/27/2014 1:43pm
Kenyan wildlife authorities are fitting livestock-raiding lions with a collar that alerts rangers when the predators venture out of Nairobi National Park.

EU resumes full cooperation with Guinea

01/27/2014 1:45pm
The European Union has resumed full cooperation with the West African nation of Guinea five years after a military coup triggered a suspension.

Ivory Coast: Mob attacks gay rights group office

01/27/2014 2:20pm
A mob has ransacked the headquarters of Ivory Coast's most prominent gay rights organization, underscoring the dangers confronting such groups even in the few African countries where homosexual acts are not crimes.

Ivory Coast: Mob attacks gay rights group office

01/27/2014 3:46pm
A mob has ransacked the headquarters of Ivory Coast's most prominent gay rights organization, underscoring the dangers confronting such groups even in the few African countries where homosexual acts are not crimes.
 
   
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