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Scores Killed in Renewed S. Sudan Clashes

The death toll keeps rising in clashes between pro- and anti-government forces in Northern Bahr el Ghazal, a state that has been largely unaffected by seven months of fighting in the country.

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How to Get the U.S.-Africa Summit Right

American officials and companies should revisit their business approach when dealing with Africa governments and build mutually beneficial partnerships, write Toby Moffett and Aubrey Hruby.

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Nigeria Needs Funding to Fight Boko Haram

President Goodluck Jonathan has written to the National Assembly, seeking approval of a U.S.$1 billion loan to facilitate the government’s  war against terrorism and other security challenges in the country.

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Nigeria: Chibok Girls’ Parents Shun President

President Goodluck Jonathan has postponed the meeting with some parents of the schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram extremists after they refused to show up for the scheduled meeting at the presidential villa.

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RIA – Studio

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“ Igbo mask dancers performing during the Onwa Asaa festival, Ugwuoba village, Nigeria.
Masquerade dancers in Ibo village of Ugwuoba, between Awka and Enugu. Masked and costumed men…

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New Yam Festival of the Igbo – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Nigeria: Boko Haram’s Mocking New Video

The leader of the Boko Haram terrorist group, Abubakar Shekau, has vowed not to release the Chibok schoolgirls until certain conditions are met – and also claimed responsibility for two explosions at a fuel depot in Lagos.

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