Egypt's ousted president Hosni Mubarak walks free for first time in six years
Egypt's ousted president Hosni Mubarak walks free for first time in six years

Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak looks on, behind bars on his bed, in a cage inside the court room at the police academy during h...

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Egypt court orders corruption probe into ousted president Hosni Mubarak
Egypt court orders corruption probe into ousted president Hosni Mubarak

An Egypt court decides to reopen a corruption probe into ousted president Hosni Mubarak, his wife and two sons. (Photo by AFP) ...

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Nelson Mandela's granddaughter Ndileka Mandela turns her back on South Africa's ruling African National Congress (ANC)
Nelson Mandela's granddaughter Ndileka Mandela turns her back on South Africa's ruling African National Congress (ANC)

South African President Jacob Zuma. Photo / AP Nelson Mandela's eldest granddaughter has said she will no longer vote for South Afr...

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UN official says Mali security situation worrying
UN official says Mali security situation worrying

The security situation in Mali “remains worrying” despite recent troop deployments and some progress on the country’s peace accord, the hea...

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Terrorists shoot down warplane over Libya's Benghazi
Terrorists shoot down warplane over Libya's Benghazi

The file photo shows a Libyan MiG-21 fighter jet. A warplane of Libya's internationally recognized government has been shot down whi...

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South Sudan government still buying arms despite famine: United Nations
South Sudan government still buying arms despite famine: United Nations

A nutrition officer measures the arm of a child with acute malnutrition in a stabilization center in Ganyiel, Panyijiar County, in South S...

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Namibian tribes lodge complaint against Germany for colonial-era genocide
Namibian tribes lodge complaint against Germany for colonial-era genocide

This image shows German soldiers loading skulls and bones of massacred Herero people into a casket for shipping to Germany. Descendant...

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Armed men kill two aid workers in South Sudan
Armed men kill two aid workers in South Sudan

This image shows black women and children sitting in line waiting for humanitarian aid. (File photo) Armed men have attacked an aid conv...

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Libya unity government, rival factions agree ceasefire after Tripoli battle
Libya unity government, rival factions agree ceasefire after Tripoli battle

Libya’s unity government and rival armed groups in Tripoli have signed a ceasefire deal, ending fierce fighting for the control of the capi...

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Over 155 killed in Uganda clashes in December: Human Rights Watch
Over 155 killed in Uganda clashes in December: Human Rights Watch

A picture taken on December 1, 2016 shows military standing in front of the palace of Rwenzururu Kingdom that has been cordoned off by pol...

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Libya's unity government forces overrun rival militia HQ in Tripoli
Libya's unity government forces overrun rival militia HQ in Tripoli

Forces loyal to Libya's Government of National Accord (GNA) man a checkpoint in Hay al-Andalus neighborhood of Tripoli, March 14, 2017...

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Somali pirates just hijacked a commercial ship for the first time in five years
Somali pirates just hijacked a commercial ship for the first time in five years

The Aris 13 oil tanker is seen from a helicopter in the harbor of Gladstone, Australia, in 2014. Pirates have hijacked the Aris 13 oil ta...

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Death toll from Ethiopia landslide rises to 82
Death toll from Ethiopia landslide rises to 82

People move their belongings on March 12, 2017, after dwellings built near the main landfill of Addis Ababa on the outskirts of the Ethiop...

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700 dead, 1.8 million infected with Malaria in Burundi
700 dead, 1.8 million infected with Malaria in Burundi

The file photo shows a health worker attending to a child infected with Malaria in Burundi. Malaria has killed hundreds of people and in...

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East Libyan forces launch offensive, seize oil terminals
East Libyan forces launch offensive, seize oil terminals

Members of the Libyan National Army (LNA) fire a tank during fighting against militia members in Qanfudah, on the southern outskirts of Be...

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Somali pirates suspected of hijacking oil tanker
Somali pirates suspected of hijacking oil tanker

The photo taken on September 10, 2011 in the Gulf of Aden released by the Spanish Ministry of Defense shows a pirate skiff carrying a Fre...

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Prosecutor orders release of Egypt's ousted President Hosni Mubarak
Prosecutor orders release of Egypt's ousted President Hosni Mubarak

Ousted Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. Photo / AP file Egypt's ousted president Hosni Mubarak was ordered to be freed from detent...

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Torso of massive statue lifted from Cairo mud
Torso of massive statue lifted from Cairo mud

Part of a massive statue, that may be of Pharaoh Ramses II, is pulled out of groundwater in a Cairo slum. Photo / AP The 3 tonne torso ...

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