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SUDAN ABYEI: Authorities in Sudan's disputed Abyei region say Arab militiamen have killed five people.
LIBYA: Coalition forces pounded Libya for a third straight night Monday, continuing an effort to cripple Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi's air defenses and protect civilians from his forces.
IVORY COAST: Ivory Coast's internationally recognized president, Alassane Ouattara, has called on the United Nations to authorize "legitimate force" to protect civilians caught in post-election violence.
SOMALI / EU: As the Somali government attempts to oust Islamist insurgents from the Horn of Africa, the Europoean Union is shifting its support and demanding results from the transitional leaders.
CAMEROON: Cameroon's military says its forces have killed 18 pirates who came ashore and raided a bank in the seaside city of Douala.
ZIMBABWE / FOOD: Zimbabwe's government is reporting food shortages in more than half of the country's provinces.
ZIMBABWE / CHINA: China has agreed to give Zimbabwe more than a half-billion dollars in loans to revive the southern African country's health and mining sectors.
LIBYA / SAF: South African President Jacob Zuma and the African Union have warned that the Western-led bombings of Libyan military installations must not target civilians. Mr. Zuma, who is a member of a special AU committee on Libya, also called for a ceasefire in the conflict.
LIBYA: A U.N.-backed coalition tries to expand a no-fly zone over northern Libya, while a British newspaper reports a U.S. jet apparently crash landed in eastern Libya late Monday. Also, China adds its voice to those criticizing the mission.
UN/LIBYA: The U.N. refugee agency reports the number of people internally displaced in Libya is on the rise. It says it is sending aid to Benghazi, but notes providing humanitarian assistance under current circumstances is very challenging. The World Food Program says it is stepping up food assistance to Libyans and migrants along the Egyptian and Tunisian borders.