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The African Union on Tuesday suspended Guinea-Bissau after a coup and arrests of top officials, and said they may impose sanctions on coup leaders and supporters in the tiny West African nation.
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Kenya's president announced Monday that oil has been discovered in his East African nation for the first time.
It's a balmy March evening just before the official arrival of spring, and a few diners are already happily venturing to the small tables outside Red Rooster, chef Marcus Samuelsson's eatery on Lenox Avenue in the heart of Harlem.
Ethiopian forces entered archrival Eritrea on Thursday and carried out what a government spokesman described as "a successful attack" against military posts.
When the new Chinese-funded African Union headquarters was unveiled last month in Addis Ababa, Equatorial Guinea's president, Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, hailed the $200 million spectacle of marble and glass as "a reflection of the new Africa." Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi called it a symbol "of the African renaissance."
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A Shiite extremist group handed over a simple wooden casket containing the remains of the last U.S. soldier missing in Iraq, a prominent Iraqi lawmaker said Monday, drawing a close to a case that has anguished the American's family since his 2006 disappearance.
After months of delay often bogged down in muddy fields, Kenyan troops are finding their footing to become a valuable asset in the fight against al-Shabab terrorists in Somalia.