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Dozens Dead in Nigeria as Election Results Are Delayed
At least 39 people were said to have been killed and rumors swirled of malpractice...
After Tarnished Election, Opposition Figure Becomes Congo’s President
Felix Tshisekedi is thought to have lost to another opposition leader, Martin Fayulu, but the...
Congo Court Affirms Results of Contested Presidential Election
The court backed an electoral commission’s result showing that the opposition candidate Félix Tshisekedi was...
Congo’s Almost Free Election
The Congolese can rightly celebrate Joseph Kabila’s departure. But the disputed election to replace him...
The Trouble With South Sudan’s New Peace Deal
The agreement will divide the country into a collection of tribes and disenfranchise minorities in...
Reliving a Deadly Day at a U.N. Compound in Mogadishu
A former United Nations security officer reflects on the courage his Somali colleagues showed after...
In Somalia, Shabab Attacks Leave Ugandan Peacekeepers Dead
The Islamist militants claimed to have killed 59 Ugandans, but they are known to exaggerate....
Most of Africa’s Leaders Sign On to Continent-Wide Free Trade Pact
More than 40 countries agreed to a plan leaders hope will create jobs, boost trade...
From Jokes to Near Tears, Tillerson’s Final Brush With Diplomacy
Returning to Washington after a week of urging détente across Africa, Mr. Tillerson was fired...
Tillerson, in Africa, Dodges Questions on Vulgarity and Trolling
The secretary of state is on a five-nation tour of Africa. He started in Ethiopia,...