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Central African Republic and rebel groups sign peace deal
In a sign of hope following years of conflict, rebels and the Central African Republic government made a peace deal. Some 1.2 million people have lost their homes due to the interreligious fighting.
Global measles cases spike 30 percent: WHO
A jump in measles cases is worrying health experts as outbreaks ravage countries and regions that had eliminated the deadly disease. Conflict, poverty and misinformation about vaccines are threatening years of progress.
UNICEF alert over children's plight in Central African Republic
Years of conflict in the Central African Republic mean most children there threatened with war, disease, and hunger and are in dire need of help, the UN children's agency said. And things are only getting worse.
Buhari challenges institution on conflict resolution
12 Mar 2017
UNICAL convocation - Buhari challenges institution on conflict resolution.
Gambia opposition warns of 'likely conflict' if president stays
14 Dec 2016
Gambia opposition warns of 'likely conflict' if President Yahya Jammeh does not accept election defeat. Jammeh has contested election win for opposition leader Adama Barrow
Aleppo Onslaught: Kerry urges Russia to end conflict
12 Dec 2016
Almost 20,000 people have fled eastern Aleppo since Friday as the Syrian government and its allies continue their bombardment of opposition-held parts of the city.
Countdown to Colombia peace vote
2 Oct 2016
Final preparations are underway in Colombia for Sunday's vote on a peace deal between the government and FARC rebels.
Peace at last? Colombia, FARC rebels sign historic peace accord
27 Sep 2016
Colombia peace deal ends decades of bloodshed
25 Aug 2016
Colombia's government and leftist FARC rebels sign a final peace deal to end a five decades-long civil war that has left hundreds of thousands dead.
Niger Delta leaders condemn destruction of oil facilities
22 Aug 2016