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  • Moussa Traore, who led Mali for 22 years, has died: family

  • WTO 'completely inadequate' on China trade violations: US

  • Arsenal captain Aubameyang signs new three-year contract

  • IMF calls for transparency in DRCongo mining contracts

  • Anger flares in Ivory Coast after election candidates barred

  • Facebook failing to stop political manipulation: fired employee

  • Swede on trial for murder after DNA hit on genealogy site

  • Burkina's victims of jihadist violence find welcome at free health clinic

  • Paris city hall charged over deadly 2019 gas explosion

  • Sudan pleads for aid to tackle devastating floods

  • I.Coast: Events leading up to Ouattara candidacy

  • Algerian journalist Drareni jailed for two years on appeal

  • Five migrants arrested over Greek camp fire: minister

  • Germany to take in 1,500 refugees from Greek islands

  • Chinese foreign minister visit prompts Mongolian protests

  • West Africa leaders press Mali junta over transition

  • Navalny says 'able to breathe' unaided after suspected poisoning

  • China says Covid-19 vaccine could be ready for public by November

  • Calls grow for Myanmar election delay as coronavirus cases spike

  • Netanyahu will not talk to Palestinians: opposition chief

  • Hundreds of migrants housed in new Lesbos camp after fire

  • Taiwan bird group blames political flap for ejection from global network

  • Two dozen Hong Kong activists in court over banned Tiananmen vigil

  • Wrongful convictions: US police withhold evidence in many cases

  • Vietnam jails four people over Britain truck tragedy

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