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    Tanzania: More Than 40 Feared Dead After Dar Floods

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Tanzania: More Than 40 Feared Dead After Dar Floods

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Police in Kenya's capital have arrested more than 650 people following explosions that killed at least six people on Monday.

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Yaya Toure has warned his Manchester City team-mates against looking too far ahead as they prepare for the Capital One Cup final against Sunderland.

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Suspected Militants Kill 29 in Northeastern Nigeria

Authorities in northeastern Nigeria say suspected Islamist militants have killed at least 29 people in an attack on a school.

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