Tom Thabane fled to South Africa on Saturday as troops attacked key police installations and surrounded his official residence
Cites “cabinet protocol” for his appointment while the prime minister and deputy prime minister are in South Africa
Trying to restore democracy and stability to the volatile mountain kingdom
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China’s foreign minister says an immediate ceasefire is a precondition for a return to peace and stability in South Sudan.
Libyan rebel groups who united to topple Muammar Gaddafi have turned their guns on each other.
Liberia is struggling to stop the spread of the Ebola virus in its crowded capital city.
The World Health Organisation says there have been 2 240 cases of Ebola in West Africa this year - with 1 229 deaths.
Seventeen Ebola patients who fled during a raid on a quarantine centre in Liberia have not yet been found.
One of General Khalifa Haftar’s commanders says his air force was responsible for strikes on militia in Tripoli.
Health workers fighting Ebola in West Africa struggle to convince patients they're trying to help them, not hurt them.
Has turned scores of girls into his sex-slaves while claiming to be fighting to impose the Bible’s Ten Commandments
Experimental Ebola drugs have arrived by plane in Liberia and will be used to treat two infected doctors.
Liberian container vessel has been cleared at the Richards Bay port
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