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A Kenya Defence forces soldier walks past the front entrance of Garissa University College on April 3

Churches in Kenya protected by armed guards for Easter Sunday as country begins three days of mourning after al-Shabaab attack in Garissa

Militants had singled out Christians for point blank executions during Thursday’s massacre

A white truck takes away four dead attackers

Kenya Garissa university attack: Authorities hunt for al-Shabaab killers following the country's worst terror attack in over 15 years

Survivors emerge from the campus as the nation mourns its young dead

Kenya Garissa university attack: Five suspects held over massacre of nearly 150 students

Al-Shabaab claimed responsibility for the attack on a university campus

Kenya Garissa university attack: Massacre survivor Cynthia Cheroitich found in cupboard

Student said she drank from a bottle of lotion to stave off hunger and thirst

A Kenya Defence forces soldier walks past the front entrance of Garissa University College on April 3

Kenya Garissa University attack: Al-Shabaab vows to make Kenya 'run red with blood'

At least 148 people were killed by militants at Garissa University College

A woman is helped by Red Cross staff after viewing a relative’s body

Kenya Garissa University attack: President faces fury over 'failure to tackle terror threat'

The massacre by al-Shabaab that left 147 dead at Garissa University seems to have caught the government unawares - despite warnings

Malema is the one decisive leader in what is fast becoming an explosive subject in South Africa

An audience with Julius Malema - the man who would tear down South Africa

In an exclusive interview, former ANC firebrand Julius Malema tells Lawrie Holmes of his radical blueprint for a nation

New video shows Kenya University massacre that left 147 dead

The footage shows students hiding cowering behind buildings as explosions and gunfire echo around them

A bounty has been placed on Mohamed Mohamud’s head

Kenya Garissa University attack: What do we know about al-Shabaab leader Mohamed Mohamud named as mastermind behind the atrocity?

He is believed to have an extensive terror network within Kenya, particularly at the Dadaab refugee camp

A lion has been spotted in the West African nation of Gabon for the first time in 20 years

Male lion filmed roaming in West African nation of Gabon for first time in 20 years

Wildlife experts believe the lion is looking for a mate

Kenyan police officers take cover outside the Garissa University College during an attack by gunmen in Garissa, Kenya
Muhammadu Buhari praised President Jonathan for so quickly acknowledging defeat

Boko Haram: Nigeria's president-elect Muhammadu Buhari pledges to 'spare no effort' halting Islamist threat

Return of former military ruler cheers nation plagued by corruption and jihadist violence

Isis weapons seized in Libya by Brigade 166

The weapons were seized by the Misrata fighters following battles with Isis this week

Supporters of Muhammadu Buhari and his All Progressive Congress party (APC) celebrate in Kano after Buhari swept to victory in Nigeria’s presidential elections

Nigeria election: Opposition candidate Muhammadu Buhari wins presidential poll as Goodluck Jonathan pays price for failure to tackle Boko Haram threat

Three decades after seizing power in a military coup, Mr Buhari has become the first Nigerian to oust a president through the ballot box – putting him in charge of Africa's biggest economy

Opposition candidate Gen. Muhammadu Buhari, center, arrives to validate his voting card using a fingerprint reader, prior to casting his vote later in the day, in his home town of Daura, Nigeria Saturday, March 28, 2015. Nigerians went to the polls Saturday in presidential elections which analysts say will be the most tightly contested in the history of Africa's richest nation and its largest democracy.

Nigeria election 2015: Muhammadu Buhari wins in historic presidential election

Muhammadu Buhari was neck-and-neck with the incumbent Goodluck Jonathan just days ago

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