Al-Shabab 'strikes AU base' in Somalia
explosions reported and heavy gunfire at facility in Mogadishu, saying attackers might have entered compound.
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UN temporarily stops relocating displaced people to new camps after facing resistance from a frightened population.
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The Vatican's highest representative in Nigeria discusses Christian persecution, Boko Haram, and peace in the region.
People and Power investigates the effects of China's increasing influence in Africa.
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