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Liberia announces return of Ebola, with one new death

Liberia announced the return of the deadly Ebola epidemic on Tuesday, more than six weeks after the country was said to have eradicated the virus.

Tunisia sees $515 million in losses in 2015 for tourism industry after beach attack

Tunisia estimates at least $515 million in losses in 2015 for its tourism industry after last Friday's attack on a beach hotel that killed 39 people, mostly British holidaymakers, the tourism minister said.

11 killed in raid against Boko Haram in Chad capital: police

Eleven people died early Monday when Chadian police launched a raid against Boko Haram jihadist militants in a district of the capital N'Djamena, police said.
Rescuers carry the body of a tourist who was shot dead by a gunman at a beachside hotel in Sousse

Video footage shows Tunisia killer on the beach

Video footage shared on social networks Monday showed the jihadist who killed 38 people at a Tunisian resort walk slowly across the sand, where the bloodied bodies of his victims lie still.

Cairo bomb wounds Egypt state prosecutor

Egypt's state prosecutor was wounded when a powerful bomb hit his convoy in the capital on Monday, officials said, after jihadists urged attacks on the judiciary to punish a crackdown on Islamists.

NPA ‘in contempt of court’ in Zuma charges review‚ says DA

The National Prosecuting Authority’s (NPA) “consistent failure to carry out the rudimentary tasks of its function by filing its papers on time does not inspire any confidence that it is currently up to the task”‚ the Democratic Alliance (DA) said.