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Uganda switches sides, dumping North Korea for South

Uganda promised to halt military cooperation with old ally North Korea after a visit to Kampala by South Korean President Park Geun-Hye.

Mozambique 'set to default on its debt'

Mozambique was yesterday about to default on its debt as talks about rescheduling a loan from Russia's VTB Bank PJSC to a state-owned company faltered, according to a person familiar with the situation.

Top Liberia politician arrested in corruption scandal

The chairman of Liberia's ruling Unity Party was arrested in connection with a vast system of political bribery he allegedly orchestrated on behalf of a British mining firm.

Thousands stage pro-Mugabe march in Zimbabwe capital

Several thousand Zimbabweans joined a march through Harare in support of veteran President Robert Mugabe on Wednesday after the main opposition party staged its own rally last month.
Burundian police officers patrol as military leaders accused of planning a failed coup arrive at the Court of Appeal in Gitega

Policeman and ex-colonel killed in Burundi: government

Gunmen in Burundi killed a policeman and a civilian in a nighttime raid, while a retired colonel was assassinated in a separate attack in the troubled country, government officials said.