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Bill Clinton hails 'genius' of N.Ireland peace deal 20 years on

Belfast - Former US president Bill Clinton on Tuesday celebrated the "genius" of the Northern Ireland peace deal 20 years ago, as he joined key political figures in Belfast to mark the anniversary of the historic accord.

Two Nigerian soldiers killed in Boko Haram attack

Kano - Two Nigerian soldiers were killed and four injured in an ambush by Boko Haram militants in the country's northeastern state of Borno, the army said Tuesday. The attack on Monday happened as soldiers were travelling between the towns of Biu and Damboa.

Three Cameroon soldiers killed in restive anglophone region

Douala - Cameroon's national youth holiday was marred by violence on Sunday, with three soldiers killed and a local official feared kidnapped by suspected separatists in the country's restive English-speaking regions.

Unrest casts long shadow as Cameroon enters election year

Yaound - Facing tensions on two fronts with bitter unrest in English-speaking regions and Boko Haram jihadist attacks in the north, Cameroon must tackle an additional political challenge this year with strongman Paul Biya seeking re-election as president.

Four soldiers killed in DR Congo's Kasai region: witnesses

Kananga - Men armed with machetes killed four soldiers in an attack Sunday near the main Kananga airport in Kasai, an opposition stronghold in the south of the Democratic Republic of Congo, residents said as tensions returned to the restive region.

Tunisia anti-austerity protests: what next?

Tunis - Tunisia has been shaken by a wave of protests against austerity measures that have seen nearly 800 people arrested over the past few days.

Curfew clashes in Cameroon's anglophone region injure 4

Bamenda - At least four people, including a police officer, were injured during overnight clashes in an English-speaking region of Cameroon, in which gunshots were heard ringing out despite a curfew imposed to contain an escalating crisis. sources said Sunday.

'Three killed' in Togo opposition clashes

Lom - Togo's opposition on Thursday said three people were killed and dozens more injured as gangs of youths clashed with security forces trying to prevent the latest anti-government protest in the capital.

Somalia's deadliest bombing kills 276, injures 300

Mugadishu - Desperate Somalis searched for news of missing loved-ones on Monday, after a massive truck bomb in Mogadishu killed at least 276 people and left 300 injured in the deadliest ever attack to hit the conflict-torn nation.

Nigeria president denounces Biafran separatists

Abuja - President Muhammadu Buhari on Sunday railed against separatists seeking Nigeria's "dismemberment" and called for "proper" dialogue after clashes between pro-Biafra activists and security forces in the restive southeast.

Op-Ed: Would it be beneficial for BlackBerry to move on from phones?

The troubled smartphone manufacturer BlackBerry is considering moving away from smartphones according to its CEO, John Chen, but would this actually be beneficial to the company?

Police in Northern Ireland prevent mortar attack

The Police Service of Northern Ireland acted decisively to prevent a mortar attack on a police station, foiling an attack that is eerily reminiscent of the kind of violence that plagued that polity throughout the course of the Troubles.

Op-Ed: South Sudan finally free but rosy future is not guaranteed

Juba - The peace agreement ending the near 40-year-long civil war in Sudan has culminated in a successful referendum and independence for South Sudan as Africa’s fifty-fourth country, but the undeveloped new nation faces huge challenges.

Op-Ed: When Will the Sports Fan Get It?

As long as the world had sports there have been troubled athletes. Athletes have committed crimes, fought fans and plenty other off-the-field antics.

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