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Police patrol the streets of Burundi's capital Bujumbura on April 26

Radio station shut as deadly clashes rock Bujumbura

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Between them, Faure Gnassingbe and his late father have ruled Togo for the past 48 years

Gnassingbe poised to extend family’s half-century in power

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Sudan's Omar al-Bashir has been in power since 1989

Bashir extends 26-year rule with landslide election

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Sonia Rolley, RFI I Protesters build a makeshift barricade as they clash against police in the Burundian capital on April 26, 2015.

Deadly clashes as Burundi police disperse protesters

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President Pierre Nkurunziza

Burundi's president seeks 'unconstitutional' third term

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Thousands of Ethiopians march against IS group killings

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Sudan ‘won't allow' Western envoys access to Darfur

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South Africa to deploy army to end anti-immigrant attacks

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Egypt's Morsi sentenced to 20 years over protester deaths

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Post-Gaddafi chaos in Libya fuels EU migrant crisis

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S. Africa's Zulu king wants end to xenophobic attacks

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Yemen's Houthi leader vows to resist 'Saudi invasion'

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Giovanni Isolino, AFP I A boat transporting migrants arrives in the port of Messina after a rescue operation at see on April 18, 2015 in Sicily.

EU to hold urgent meeting after migrant boat disaster

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IS group video 'shows killing of Ethiopian Christians'

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AFP

Mother of death row Australian says he'll be executed at 1700 GMT

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Forgotten victims of Mexico drug war's stray bullets

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Total's Q1 profit declines on depressed oil prices

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AFP

Commerzbank in 1.4 billion euro capital hike

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AFP

Vattenfall announces job cuts as profits plummet

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AFP

Japan eyes nuclear for a fifth of electricity supply

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AFP

Google teams up with European media to boost online journalism

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AFP

One dead, 90 injured in S.Africa train crash: officials

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