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Al Qaeda Affiliate Strikes African Union Base

Al Shabaab launches car bomb followed by hours-long gun battle against peacekeepers, claims it killed 35 soldiers.Arutz Sheva Staff, 6/26/2015, 12:15 PM

Sudanese President Escapes Before War Crimes Trial

Omar al-Bashir was to be tried for war crimes committed in Darfur - and one paper claims he escaped with help from the SA government.Tova Dvorin, 6/19/2015, 12:45 PM

Liberman to Visit Africa, Bid for AU Status

Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman to visit Africa for the first time in five years, calls Africa 'a key objective in foreign policy.'AFP and Arutz Sheva Staff, 6/10/2014, 2:33 PM

Dlamini Zuma Breaks A Few Traditions In Victory

Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, former wife of South Africa's president, will chair the African Union.Amiel Ungar, 7/17/2012, 4:49 AM

Somalia: Shabab Becomes Al-Qaeda Franchise

The Shabab terror militias in Somalia touted their accession to the ranks of the multinational Al-Qaeda terror conglomerateGabe Kahn., 2/13/2012, 8:07 PM

Zuma Fails To Land Top African Union Job for Ex

South Africa's failure to win the top job in the African Union reflects resentment over South African pretentiousness and relative success.Amiel Ungar, 2/2/2012, 11:05 AM

African Union Recognizes Libya's New Leaders

African Union officially recognizes Libya’s National Transitional Council as the country’s legitimate leadership.Elad Benari, 9/21/2011, 8:01 AM

AU 'Encouraged' by Libyan Rebels

The African Union says it is encouraged by promises made by Libya’s NTC, will discuss the possibility of recognizing it. Elad Benari, 9/2/2011, 5:07 AM

AU Won't Recognize Libyan Rebels

African Union declines to recognize Libyan rebels, calls for formation of an all-inclusive transitional government. Elad Benari, Canada, 8/27/2011, 1:29 AM

Hillary in Africa

Secretary of State Clinton sought to combat an African predisposition to protect QaddafiAmiel Ungar, 6/16/2011, 12:37 AM

What is Qaddafi 'Peace' Gambit?

The Libyan Government's call for unconditional peace talks can be interpreted as surrender or an attempt to split its adversaries.Amiel Ungar, 5/26/2011, 11:29 PM