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Ellen Johnson Sirleaf rejects 'illegal' expulsion

Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has rejected her party's decision to expel her, calling the decision 'illegal'.

Boko Haram reportedly burns village's only clinic

Members of Boko Haram are reported to have attacked a village near the border of Nigeria and Cameroon, killing people and razing the village's only clinic.

Mauritius closes port and airport as tropical cyclone Berguitta bears down

Mauritius has battened down the hatches as a potentially dangerous tropical cyclone makes its way to the Indian Ocean island.

World's fifth biggest diamond unearthed in Lesotho

Gem Diamonds has had a very good start to the year so far, unearthing its third diamond weighing in excess of 100-carats within the space of a week.

AU chief summons US ambassador over Trump slur

The African Union has formally lodged a diplomatic protest over United States President Donald Trump's derogatory comments about the continent made last week.

Parents arrested for torturing their 13 kids

A California community has been rocked by the news that a husband and wife have been taken into police custody for reported child abuse.

Danish police charge more than 1 000 for distributing underage sex video

Danish police arrested more than 1 000 people for distributing sexually explicit video material featuring two 15-year-olds.

Ford goes big with electric vehicle investment

US-based vehicle manufacturer Ford announced that it will be significantly increasing its investment in the electric vehicle sector.

Emissions scandal doesn't hamper Volkswagen sales

Volkswagen appears to have come through 2015's emissions scandal unscathed with the public, with the announcement that car sales increased in 2017.

More than a dozen injured as ceiling collapses at Jakarta stock exchange

A ceiling at the Jakarta stock exchange building in Jakarta, Indonesia, collapsed on Monday afternoon, injuring more than a dozen people.

Outgoing Liberia President expelled from her party

Outgoing Liberia President, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, has been expelled from her own party.
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