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BBC News - Africa
South Africa says it is investigating how a man who used fake sign language at the Mandela memorial was given security clearance.
The Democratic Republic of Congo's president has signed a peace deal with the M23 rebel movement his forces defeated last month, Kenya's presidential spokesman says.
Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta calls for Africa to be treated equally on the world stage as his country celebrates 50 years of independence from British rule.
Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan's office hits back at ex-leader Olusegun Obasanjo for a "provocative" letter condemning his leadership and telling him not to seek re-election.
A grenade was thrown at a van carrying British tourists in Mombasa but failed to explode, Kenyan police say.
Rwanda refused a formal request to help a British police investigation into genocide suspects living in the UK, the BBC has learned.
Two cases of pneumonic plague, more deadly than the bubonic plague, have been reported in Madagascar, a health official tells the BBC.
Egyptian judges for the second time halt the trial of several leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood, after they refuse to stop disrupting proceedings.
The UN children's charity, Unicef, says 230m children worldwide have not had their births registered, making them vulnerable to neglect or abuse.
UN forces launch an offensive against Rwandan FDLR rebels in DR Congo, gaining some territory, in a new move to end regional instability.