A journalist from Somalia’s private radio station Radio Shabelle receieved serious wounds on Sunday by unidentified gunmen as he left a mosque after evening prayers.

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Sudan: Darfur renews tensions between north and south Sudan

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OCHA concerned over official’s expulsion from South Darfur

Aid agencies struggle to support over two million displaced Iraqis

Mogadishu residents trapped by violence - MSF

Biafra separatist leader free and defiant

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WESTERN SAHARA: Families unite but not for long

Media rights NGO demands guaranteed freedom of expression

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