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Clashes escalate in Yemen after crackdown
Clashes escalate in Yemen after crackdown
Soldiers opposed to President Ali Abdullah Saleh exchanged heavy fire with government troops in the centre of Sanaa on Monday, as violence...
Malawi risks becoming next Zim, says protest leader
Malawi risks becoming next Zim, says protest leader
Malawi, once considered a southern African success story, risks going down the same road as regional basket case Zimbabwe, said the leader of...
Malawi's Mutharika refuses to step down
Malawi's Mutharika refuses to step down
Malawian President Bingu wa Mutharika on Thursday refused to step down as deadly anti-government protests entered a second day, insisting that the...
Burkinabe police fire on youth protest, four hurt
Burkinabe police fire on youth protest, four hurt
Four students were injured during a protest on Friday, three by bullets, as Burkina Faso police opened fire to disperse the youths who set fire to...
Thai anti-government protesters demand new elections
Thai anti-government protesters demand new elections
Thousands of supporters of former Thai premier Thaksin Shinawatra rallied in Bangkok on Thursday, turning up the heat on Thailand's embattled...
Iran police clash with opposition protesters
Iran police clash with opposition protesters
Iranian police clashed in Tehran on Monday with opposition demonstrators seeking to renew their challenge to the government six months after a...
Guinea ministers resign over bloody rally
Guinea ministers resign over bloody rally
Two Cabinet ministers in Guinea resigned and France urged its citizens to leave the former French colony as armed attacks are increasing in the...
Guinea junta lifts protest ban
Guinea junta lifts protest ban
Guinea's ruling military junta, facing rising international pressure and mounting internal dissent after a bloody crackdown on protesters last...
Tensions in Guinea junta as isolation grows
Tensions in Guinea junta as isolation grows
A dispute broke out at the head of Guinea's military government late on Wednesday after a junta leader sought to arrest a military officer for his...
Guinea struggles to break strongman curse
Guinea struggles to break strongman curse
International action may be needed to prevent the tensions behind this week's lethal crackdown on anti-government protests in Guinea from igniting...
Guinea under fire after scores killed in opposition crackdown
Guinea under fire after scores killed in opposition crackdown
International condemnation mounted on Tuesday after security forces in the world's top bauxite producer Guinea shot dead at least 87 people...
Two provinces, two towns, same outcry
Two provinces, two towns, same outcry
Thokoza Elijah Ngobeza doesn't want a black government any more. "Let the white people come back," says the elderly resident of Thokoza. "We vote, we vote,...

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