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US issues travel alert to citizens traveling to restive Ethiopia

"They jail everyone who opposes them. All prisoners should be released," one protester told Reuters by phone from Ambo.

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A hostage was mistaken for a gunman as investigations on the Bangladesh attacks continue. Although the chef's picture was released along with the other attackers, he has subsequently been cleared of any involvement.

Dhaka hostage 'was mistaken for gunman'

Bangladesh police admit they mistakenly identified a hostage as one of the gunmen in a deadly attack on a cafe last Friday, but it remains unclear who killed him.

Hisham Geneina talks during an interview with AFP in Cairo on June 23, 2016

Egypt convicts auditor of 'false news'

Egypt's former top auditor, who was sacked after alleging government corruption, has received a prison sentence for spreading "false news".

eNCA Latest news updates from around Africa

eNCA Latest news updates from around Africa

New civil society coalition calls for Zuma to resign | Daily Maverick

France urges Gabon vote recount as top minister quits

Michael Mosley in Porton Down

Inside the UK's secret weapons research facility

Dr Michael Mosley investigates Britain's most secretive and controversial military research base, Porton Down, on its anniversary.

Islamic Center of Boca Raton

Florida Muslim group vows to fight removal of Islamic center as voting site

Gabon's parliament set on fire as riots break out amid calls to publish results

nice Gabon Parliament set on fire after President Ali Bongo was declared winner Angry protesters on Wednesday, set fire to Gabon’s national assembly as thousands of people took to the streets after an announcement that President.

Video emerges appearing to show two white police officers holding down and shooting dead a black man during an altercation in Louisiana.

Video 'shows black man shot by US police'

President Barack Obama warns White House contenders to avoid fanning tensions, a day after a Donald Trump rally was called off amid clashes.


President upsets right-wing media by accurately describing its content.

Black Panthers

Are US black separatist groups on the rise?

EXCLUSIVE: New Black Panther Party Joining Baton Rouge Protests - The New Black Panther Party's minister of education tells Breitbart News the group will be in town Sunday to protest Alton Sterling's shooting.

Protesters smoking Zimbabwe's old bond notes in Harare - - Wednesday 3 August 2016

'Mugabe must go' clashes in Zimbabwe

People burn worthless note bearers" cheques during a protest against the introduction of new bond notes and youth unemployment on August, 2016 in Harare, Zimbabwe

At least 44 people - including 37 demonstrators and six police officers - have been killed in protests over Congolese President Joseph Kabila's perceived bid to extend his rule, Human Rights Watch (HRW) said on Tuesday.

Brian Rice, center, arrives for a hearing in Baltimore.

Judge denies motions to dismiss charges against officer in Freddie Gray case

A police disciplinary board cleared the highest-ranking Baltimore officer involved in the 2015 arrest of Freddie Gray, who died from a spinal cord injury he suffered in a police van. Brian Rice was not.

department of homeland security

Department of Homeland Security detains journalist returning from Beirut

Feds: Homeland Security Employee With Top Secret Clearance Caught With Gun, Knife