Voters in Ghana face logistical problems in otherwise peaceful elections+++Robert Mugabe addresses ZANU-PF conference+++US indirectly involved in Somalia 20 years after start of ill-fated "Black Hawk Down" mission
UN warns of a looming famine in South Sudan +++ Malawi's religious groups want to put an end to political party hopping+++ A priest in the Democratic Republic of Congo holds a 100 kilometer long march to promote peace.
Cameroon boosts security after Boko Haram attacks+++ Liberia shuts its borders to contain the spread of Ebola+++On World Hepatitis Day, Ghana's health workers try to spread word about the disease
German woman tourist shot dead in Mombasa+++ Liberian who died in Lagos, Nigeria, on Friday tests positive for Ebola+++AIDS conference wraps up with warning that anti-gay laws are undermining fight against the disease
UN Human Development report highlights inequality in sub-Saharan Africa+++Kaduna in shock after twin suicide bombings kill at least 80+++Leading Sierra Leone virologist infected with Ebola
100 days have elapsed since abduction of Chibok schoolgrils in northern Nigeria+++Health officials worried by unpopularity of condoms in Ghana+++White South African farmers wary of land reform
Kenya's CORD opposition names team to spearhead call for national crisis referendum+++Nigerian president meets Chibok parents+++Aid agencies warn of 'hidden hunger'
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