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Eight demonstrators have been killed in clashes with armed police in northern and eastern Sudan, officials say. 6 people died in anti-government protests in the eastern town of Gedaref in al-Qadarif state, leading to a state of emergency and an overnight curfew.
The Democratic Republic of Congo’s long-delayed presidential election has been postponed for another week. The vote, scheduled for Sunday, is now due to take place on 30 December, the Electoral Commission said on Thursday.
A South African jazz musician who played his guitar during brain surgery is making a successful recovery. Musa Manzini was kept awake during the six-hour operation partly to preserve and restore his finger movements.
Former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn has been re-arrested on fresh charges, Japanese media report, one day after courts surprised observers by paving the way for his release on bail.
The US justice department has indicted two Chinese men accused of hacking into the computer networks of companies and government agencies in Western countries.
Shooting down a drone which has caused chaos at Gatwick Airport is a “tactical option” being considered by police. The measure had previously been ruled out by Sussex Police, which cited concerns over “stray bullets”.