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Abubuwa 10 da ya kamata ka sani a yau: Litinin, 16 Mayu 2011

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NIGERIA ELECTION: A human rights group says election-related violence in Nigeria killed more than 800 people last month, when clashes broke out following the re-election of President Goodluck Jonathan.

NIGERIA VOTE VIOLENCE: Human Rights Watch says at least 800 people were killed in last month's electoral violence in Nigeria.

LIBYA: Libya's prime minister has offered a truce in return for an immediate NATO cease-fire as the International Criminal Court prepares arrest warrants for three officials charges crimes against humanity.

Abubuwa 10 da ya kamata ka sani a yau: Litinin, 16 Mayu 2011

Abubuwa 10 da ya kamata ka sani a yau: Litinin, 16 Mayu 2011

KENYA WANJIRU: Police in central Kenya say Olympic marathon champion Samuel Wanjiru has died after jumping off a balcony at his home.

RWANDA/TWITTER: Rwandan President Paul Kagame has exchanged angry words on Twitter with a British journalist who called him "delusional and despotic."

ZIMBABWE: Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe says his country is peaceful and stable, despite signs of severe economic strain in the country.

KENYA JUDICIARY: Kenya has nominated key figures to lead its embattled judiciary, putting it back on the track of critical reforms. Michael Onyiego reports from Nairobi the nominations are a major move forward after months of infighting and setbacks.

ZIMBABWE AIRLINE: Just weeks after Air Zimbabwe was grounded because pilots went on strike for non payment of their allowances the airline, one of Africa's oldest, has been suspended by IATA (International Air Transport Association) for non-payment of fees. The Zimbabwe government, unable to raise foreign loans, survives on a cash economy and tax revenues have fallen sharply in recent weeks.

LAMPEDUSA MIGRANTS: More than 30,000 migrants have arrived from north Africa on the tiny southern Italian island of Lampedusa this year alone. Most of the immigrants leave the coasts of Tunisia and Libya onboard rickety fishing boats. Thousands of people have died making the journey. Despite the dangers, the ongoing violence in Libya is forcing many more people to set sail for European shores.

SOMALIA: Pro-government troops in Somalia have seized new territory from al-Shabab militants in the capital, Mogadishu.