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US accuses China of launching global information war
Financial Times: Claims China using ‘deceptive’ methods to push authoritarian propaganda.
More than 5300 feared dead, thousands more missing as floods devastate African country
Libya's eastern city of Derna has buried 700, with current death toll said to be 5300.
Drone attack kills at least 43 in Sudan’s capital as rival troops battle
Sudan has been rocked by violence since mid-April.
Powerful 6.8 quake strikes Morocco, at least 632 dead, buildings reduced to rubble
Moroccans posted videos showing buildings reduced to rubble.
At least 49 civilians reported dead in attack on river boat in Mali
Three days of national mourning have been declared after Al-Qaeda-linked attack.
More than 100 coups since 1950 - what’s going wrong in Africa?
Gabon's fall is the eighth coup in four years in Africa's 'coup belt'.
No one has ever considered Zambia for a safari holiday ... until now
If not for leopards and elephants, go for the sausage trees.
Dentist convicted of killing wife on African safari
Larry Rudolph cashed in nearly $8.5 million in insurance policies for his wife.
Toothpaste and sharks: Stowaways survive 14-day journey on ship's rudder
New York Times: The four men hid on the ship in Lagos, Nigeria. They ended up in Brazil.
Watch: Slow 100-metre runner goes viral at university games
The competitor took more than 20 seconds to finish a 100-meter race.
UN says it has been forced to cut food aid to millions
The World Food Program has seen cuts to assistance in 38 of 86 countries.
Paradise for paupers: Visit the Seychelles on the cheap – yes really!
It’s time to rethink everything you thought you knew about the Seychelles.
Putin meets with African leaders over war, but no progress in sight
Group of African leaders travelled to Russia on a self-styled 'peace mission'.
No tall story: World Giraffe Day celebrated a decade on
Celebration of world’s tallest animal highlights threats to survival, conservation effort.
Herders kill one of Kenya's oldest lions, Loonkiito
The lions were hunted and killed after goats were found killed by lions in the region.
A cult leader told followers to starve to meet Jesus. Why did so many do it?
New York Times: As of this past week, 179 bodies have been exhumed from forest graves.
Inside the starvation cult suspected of sending 100 people to their deaths
Telegraph: Starving to death - Pastor's brutal act has shocked the country.