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Sudanese authorities have denied international peacekeepers access to part of the troubled Darfur region where villages have been reported burned and civilians uprooted, the mission said.
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Islamic countries agreed to send fact-finding mission to the Central African Republic and to appoint a special representative to coordinate efforts with the African Union and the United Nations.
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UN`s top envoy and France on Thursday urged the Central African authorities to punish soldiers involved in the gruesome public lynching of a suspected ex-rebel.
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The 22nd African Union Summit concluded in the Ethiopian capital city.
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US military aircraft are due to fly Rwandan troops to the Central African Republic in the next few days as part of an African Union mission.
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UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on Friday called on the African Union to speedily provide promised troops to halt the worsening crisis in Central African Republic.
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The African Union has threatened targeted sanctions against those inciting the violence in South Sudan and hampering international efforts to negotiate an end to the two-week outburst of fighting that risks drawing in the wider region.
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African Union leaders gathered today to mourn the death of Nelson Mandela, honouring the former anti-apartheid leader`s fight for pan-Africanism and liberation on the continent.
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UN Security Council approved a 4,400-troop boost to the African force in Somalia, taking it to more than 22,100 troops deployed to tackle resurgent Islamist militants.
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UN Deputy Secretary-General Jan Eliasson has said the Security Council will not discuss Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta`s request for deferring his trial on crimes against humanity.
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Ethiopia`s Foreign Minister slammed the International Criminal Court for its "unfair" and "totally unacceptable" treatment of Africa.
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Kenya`s President Uhuru Kenyatta is due to go on trial on November 12 for crimes against humanity allegedly committed during violence that left more than 1,000 dead.
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