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Authorities in Ghana busted a fake U.S. embassy in the capital Accra run by a criminal network that for a decade issued illegally obtained authentic visas, the U.S. State Department said
ALGIERS - Agence France-Presse
At least 22 people have died in fighting between Berbers and Arabs in southern Algeria, the bloodiest toll in two years of frequent clashes between the communities, national news agency APS reported on July 8
TUNIS - Reuters
Tunisian authorities have arrested 12 people they suspect are linked to the Sousse beach hotel attack on foreign tourists, and are hunting for two men who trained in a Libyan jihadist camp with the Sousse attacker, an official said.
JUBA – Agence France-Presse
The number of South Sudanese civilians sheltering in United Nations bases has risen above 150,000 for the first time in 18 months of civil war, the U.N. said on July 7.
JUBA - Agence France-Presse
South Sudan rebels opened fire on a UN peacekeeping base sheltering 30,000 civilians, killing one and wounding six in a possible war crime, the UN said late July 1.
JOS, Nigeria - The Associated Press
Two bombs blamed on the Islamic extremist group Boko Haram exploded at a crowded mosque and an elite Muslim restaurant in Nigeria's central city of Jos, killing 44 people, officials said July 6
BENGHAZI, Libya – The Associated Press
The fighting in civil war-torn Libya has split many families apart, with some survivors now thinking of moving to Turkey
KANO - Agence France-Presse
A suicide bomber blew himself up on July 4 inside a church in the restive northeastern Nigerian city of Potiskum, killing five worshippers, a police officer and witness told AFP.
BUJUMBURA, Burundi - Agence France-Presse
At least six people including a policeman were killed on July 1 in the latest violence in Burundi, as it awaits results from elections boycotted by the opposition and condemned internationally.
UNITED NATIONS, United States - Agence France-Presse
Elections in Burundi that were wracked by violence and boycotted by the opposition were not free or credible, United Nations observers said on July 1, a day after clashes left six dead in the capital.
GENEVA - Agence France-Presse
Nearly 10,000 Burundians fled the country over the weekend before Burundi closed its borders ahead of controversial and violence-wracked elections in the troubled central African nation, the United Nations said on June 30.