Wednesday, 24 May 2017

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Aid agencies say the "shocking" killing of six aid workers in South Sudan on Saturday is causing them to re-assess how and when they can deliver supplies.

Armyworms have destroyed about 20 000 hectares of maize and other crops in northern and south-eastern Tanzania.

Police have identified Khalid Masood as the man who carried out the Westminster attack, as the death toll rose to five.

More than 200 migrants are feared dead in a boat sinking off the coast of Libya, a Spanish aid organisation says.

Ugandan police have launched a manhunt for four Flying Squad officers accused of shooting dead a three-year-old girl.

The UN refugee agency has criticised Cameroon for the forced return of hundreds of refugees to north-east Nigeria after they had fled from the Islamist Boko Haram insurgency.

All passengers and crew survived an accident in South Sudan on Monday in which a passenger jet hit a fire truck on the runway before bursting into flames, AFP news agency reports.

The Limpopo High Court has granted an interdict against controversial pastor, Lethebo Rabalago.

Up to 20 people have died and many have been injured after a large tree fell on them at a popular waterfall spot in Kintampo, Ghana.

Somali pirates who hijacked an oil tanker have released it without condition, according to officials.

The death toll from Saturday's landslide at a vast dump in Ethiopia's capital, Addis Ababa, has now risen to 113 people, local officials say.

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