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    23-Mar-2018 to 17:17

    CAR skirmishes leave 40 dead

    APA-Bangui (CAR) — Three days of violent clashes between ex-Seleka fighters of the Central African Peace Unit (UPC) and anti-Balaka militias in the Bambari locality have left some 40 people dead, security sources in Bangui revealed on Friday.

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    15-Mar-2018 to 19:48

    South Sudan: Stakeholders insist on reconciliation commission

    APA-Juba (South Sudan) — A civil society group in South Sudan has urged IGAD mediators to ensure that Chapter Five of the 2015 peace agreement be discussed in the next round of the revitalization forum.

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    09-Mar-2018 to 19:31

    Gabonese troops to withdraw from MINUSCA

    APA - Libreville (Gabon) — The government of Gabon has announced the withdrawal of its troops from peacekeeping operations in the Central African Republic (CAR).

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    05-Mar-2018 to 17:52

    Oil fueling South Sudan conflict - Report

    APA-Juba (South Sudan) — A new report by the US-based Enough Project seen on Monday has accused South Sudan’s leaders of using its oil wealth to prosecute the country's four-year civil war and terrorize civilians.

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    01-Mar-2018 to 17:19

    South Sudan: IGAD cracks whip against ceasefire violators

    APA-Juba (South Sudan) — The Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) has warned that the regional body will freeze the bank accounts of any South Sudanese leader found to have violated the ceasefire accord.

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    23-Feb-2018 to 10:19

    Police shooting triggers violence in Zimbabwean capital

    APA-Harare (Zimbabwe) — Violence erupted in Harare on Thursday night after the police allegedly shot innocent bystanders during running battles with omnibus drivers protesting a ban on commuter taxis in the Zimbabwean capital's central business district.

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    21-Feb-2018 to 09:33

    S/Africa determined to heal Marikana wounds, says Ramaphosa

    APA-Cape Town (South Africa) — South African President Cyril Ramaphosa on Tuesday acknowledged that the Marikana tragedy still stood out as the darkest moment in the life of South Africa’s young democracy, and his government was determined to heal the wounds of Marikana.

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