World Bulletin / News Desk
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African leaders meet Fayez al-Sarraj, Libya's UN-backed prime minister, in a fresh bid to help resolve the political crisis in the conflict-ridden country.
A rapid-response team from Southern Africa's regional body is due to probe the assassination of Lesotho's army commander, a killing seen as a blow to peace efforts.
Following developments after at least 80 people were arrested in Togo's capital following two days of anti-government protests.Güncelleme Tarihi: 09 Eylül 2017, 09:31