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Kenya hits back at Shabab

Kenya said yesterday its troops had killed dozens of al-Shabab Islamists in raids inside Somalia after the execution of 28 non-Muslim people on a Kenyan bus.

Volcano erupts in Cape Verde

A rare eruption of Cape Verde volcano Pico do Fogo, its biggest in decades, caused the closure of the airport and evacuation of local residents, officials told state radio on Sunday.

Two rhino poached in Namibia's Etosha National Park

Two dead rhino were found with their horns removed in Namibia's Etosha National Park, the environment and tourism ministry said on Friday.

Ousted Burkina president arrives in Morocco from I Coast

Burkina Faso's deposed president Blaise Compaore arrived in Morocco from Ivory Coast, where he has been in exile since his ouster in a popular revolt last month, the Moroccan foreign ministry announced early Friday.

'Man of God' faces arrest for no-show

Lawyers for Nigerian preacher TB Joshua have mounted a legal challenge against a coroner who has ordered Joshua to testify about the building collapse at his Lagos megachurch.

World Cup holes need to be plugged: iLive

Like it or not, South Africa’s limited overs cricket tour of Australia this past month or more, has shown that the team is not as strong as it thought it was - at least in Australia, where the 2015 World Cup will be played in conjunction with New Zealand.