Hundreds of migrants storm Spanish exclave Ceuta, some armed with homemade flamethrowers

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16 August 2018
A Somali TV cameraman was shot and killed in Mogadishu late Thursday. Relatives of Abdirazak Qasim Iman told local media that a Govt soldier shot and killed the cameraman after an argument over a motorbike the victim was riding. There has been no response from Govt yet.
Erdogan, Putin meet on sidelines of BRICS summit. 'Any kind of solidarity with Russia makes someone jealous,' says Turkish president.
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Nigeria faces a deadlier threat than its own Boko Haram extremist insurgency
U.S. warns Congo's Kabila that 'time for posturing is over'
BRICS bloc signs declaration reaffirming multilateral trade as per WTO rules
Infographic on Zimbabwe as the country gears up to vote in a presidential election on July 30
Hundreds of migrants storm Spanish exclave Ceuta, some armed with homemade flamethrowers
General manager of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, Simegnew Bekele, has been found dead this morning in his vehicle in Addis Ababa's Meskel Square, according to Ethiopian local news outlets
BRICS leaders take a family photo ahead of summit
Ethiopian mega-dam manager found dead in his car: Fana news agency
A Somali official accused of stealing public funds has been arrested, per state media. A Director at the Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs and Disaster Management Dahir Mohamed Nur is accused of stealing $84,000 in public funds. Nur is Director of IDP resettlement program.
South Africa cannot afford major nuclear expansion: top ANC official
Putin arrived in Johannesburg for the BRICS summit
Libya: Images purportedly from the site of the presumed US airstrike in Ubari
South Sudan foes sign 'preliminary' power-sharing deal
The current international order, though not perfect, should not be discarded as one pleases: Chinese President Xi Jinping at the 2018 BRICS Business Forum
China President Xi, in South Africa, says if there's a global trade war there'll be no winner.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi reaches Waterkloof in South Africa; He will take part in 10th BRICS Summit in Johannesburg tomorrow.
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Isis claims to have killed and wounded 14 Somali Army soldiers with an IED in Shabili al-Sufla region.
President XiJinping on Tuesday called on China and SouthAfrica to continue striving to develop closer ties and join hands to achieve their dreams in development while attending a welcome banquet hosted by his South African counterpart, Cyril Ramaphosa
Zimbabwean opposition leader Nelson Chamisa says Monday's presidential election threatened by fraud, but adds he won't boycott vote
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Beheadings in Mozambique mark Islamist threat in new gas frontier
Local media report airstrikes near Qalimow village about 60km north of Mogadishu late Tuesday. Villagers told media that several missiles targeted Al-Shabab vehicles
Al-Shabab releases photos purportedly showing their militias in the Somali military camp in Sanguni town following Monday's morning raid. In one photo three militants got their picture taken at Sanguni's sphere monument where three Govt soldiers posed for a photo previously3 week ago
Al-Shabab releases photos purportedly showing their militias in the Somali military camp in Sanguni town following Monday's morning raid. In one photo three militants got their picture taken at Sanguni's sphere monument where three Govt soldiers posed for a photo previously
US announces an additional $170 million in humanitarian assistance to support the people of Ethiopia, "many of whom left their homes because of escalating conflict or natural disaster, and who are facing severe food insecurity as a result," according to @USAID
Central Mali airport hit by shelling days before election
DR Congo officially declares end to Ebola outbreak
A tripartite summit between UAE, Eritrea, Ethiopia gets underway in Abu Dhabi. Leaders of Ethiopia Abiy Ahmed, President Isaias Afwerki of Eritrea and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan participating.
World's No. 3 gold producer, AngloGold, names new CEO as it grapples with regulatory challenges from South Africa to Tanzania
New Public service messages on TV warn people against using social media to criticise government and follow international rights group. If you are, you are destroying your country with your posts, the ad says
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