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A top African Union official who led an inquiry into atrocities in war-torn South Sudan warned that ignoring its recommendations would help the guilty to evade justice.
Kazakhstan’s Ambassador in the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia Yerlik Ali presented letters of credentials to the President of Ethiopia Mulatu Teshome.
President of South Africa Jacob Zuma may pay an official visit to Kazakhstan in 2015.
US Secretary of State John Kerry left late Tuesday on his first major tour of Africa focused on some of the continent's most brutal wars including the bloodshed in South Sudan.
The Red Cross said Thursday it had recovered some 40 bodies on the streets of Bangui as the United States expressed alarm at the latest eruption of fighting in the Central African Republic.
Kazakhstan businesses can find niches at African markets: Foreign Minister of Kazakhstan Yerlan Idrissov.
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon pleaded Wednesday in Niger, the country with the world's highest fertility rate, for better reproductive health to curb the Sahel region's runaway demographic growth.
The ICC was under fire over its "unfair" and "totally unacceptable" treatment of Africa, with African Union ministers calling for cases against Kenyan and Sudanese leaders to be deferred.
Former UN secretary-general Kofi Annan said Monday it would be a "badge of shame" for Africa if its leaders voted to leave the International Criminal Court.
The African Union, celebrating this weekend 50 years since the launch of a continental bloc, regularly repeats the mantra: African solutions to African problems.
The African Union has endorsed a plan for military intervention to regain control of Mali's desert north from Islamist rebels and restore the authority of the state.
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