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African Leaders Meet to Push Forward Free-Trade Deal

Officials are gathering in Niger's capital this weekend for an African Union summit that begins the operational phase of a long-sought continental free trade zone.Some 50 heads of state were to arrive in Niamey on Friday, a day behind their foreign min...
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Death Toll Climbs in Libya Bombing

TRIPOLI - The United Nations says at least 44 people were killed and more than 130 wounded in the airstrike late Tuesday that hit a migrant detention camp outside the Libyan capital.Dr. Hussein Yunis Hassan, a senior emergency coordinator with World He...
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American Students Build Schools in Senegal

GUEDJ MARTIN, SENEGAL - The roar of power drills fills the air in the village of Guedj Martin, a typically quiet community of 2,000 people located some 100 kilometers (62 miles) from the Senegalese capital of Dakar. It's an unusual sound to behold in a...
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More Deaths Reported in Sudan Protests

WASHINGTON � Reports from Sudan say at least 11 people were killed in the latest mass protests demanding a transition to civilian rule in the country.Police fired tear gas as tens of thousands of people took to the streets on Sunday in the capital Khar...
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