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Jean-Bosco Uwinkindi is the first suspect to be sent to Rwanda by the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda.
Protesters break for the weekend as union officials talk with the government.
After Belgium's fourth appeal, Senegal refuses extradition of former Chad dictator Hissene Habre.
Nigerian protests continue as Islamic militants attack civilians and police.
French investigation vindicates President Paul Kagame and Rwanda's ruling party.
3 killed in Nigeria protests against fuel price hikes.
Almost 30 dead in Nigeria as the death toll soars from Boko Haram attacks.
Unions call for nation-wide strike and 18 die in suspected Boko Haram attack.
As Nigerian authorities declare a state of emergency in parts of the north, protests break out across the country, demanding the government reinstate a decades-old fuel subsidy.
Grenade attacks resume in 2012, after almost a full year without a blast.
Opposition alleges voting fraud, worries that protests will provoke violence.
Despite 9 deaths, many voters still hope polls will lead to stability.
The sprawling country tries to strengthen democracy and end ongoing instability.
Rwanda government plan to close orphanages worries children.
Girls abducted by rebel militias are traumatized and then shunned by communities.
Prices have skyrocketed in Alexandria, as activists prepare for massive protests on Friday.
Protests turn violent after lawmakers nominate Hezbollah-backed prime minister.
Little common ground as Lebanon delays talks on new government.
Hezbollah resigns, forcing collapse of government and a political crisis.
Cheap cosmetic surgery operations in Beirut lure patients from all over the world.