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'Black Panther' Sells Out African Theaters

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Around 100 Girls Are Missing In Nigeria After Boko Haram Attacks School

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Tanzania's Biggest City Finds Success With Region's First Bus Rapid Transit System

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'New York Times' Investigates Ambush Of U.S. Soldiers In Niger

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The triangular patterns visible in Chadwick Boseman's Black Panther suit reflect what costume designer Ruth Carter calls "the sacred geometry of Africa." Matt Kennedy/Marvel Studios hide caption

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'Black Panther' Costume Designer Draws On 'The Sacred Geometry Of Africa'

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Cyril Ramaphosa seen delivering a speech Sunday at the Grand Parade in Cape Town, South Africa, before he was elected president. AP hide caption

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South Africa Elects Cyril Ramaphosa As Its New President

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South Africa's President Jacob Zuma Resigns Amid Pressure

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Morgan Tsvangirai, Zimbabwe's Main Opposition Leader, Dies At 65

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South African President Jacob Zuma (right) shares a laugh with Cyril Ramaphosa in Bloemfontein, South Africa, in 2012. Zuma resigned Wednesday and is widely expected to be replaced by Ramaphosa. Themba Hadebe/AP hide caption

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Morgan Tsvangirai, the main opposition leader in Zimbabwe, addresses protesters outside Parliament in Harare in November 2017. Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi/AP hide caption

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Morgan Tsvangirai, Zimbabwe's Longtime Opposition Leader, Dies Of Cancer At 65

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South Africa's Ruling Party Abandons President Jacob Zuma

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White House Wants To Cut U.S. Spending That's Helping Save Lives In South Sudan

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South Africa's Ruling Party Demands That Country's President Resign

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ANC Tells President Jacob Zuma It's Time To Step Down

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Penny Lawrence at Oxfam House in Oxford, in 2016. Lawrence, who was the U.K. charity's deputy chief executive, stepped down Monday amid a growing scandal over aid workers who paid for sex in Haiti and Chad. Charlotte Ball / Oxfam/Charlotte Ball / Oxfam hide caption

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