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# Niger

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Flash flooding displaces thousands in Niger
Plan Ireland has said that children are at risk of waterborne diseases because of their weaker immune systems
Niger: Food crisis affecting 13 million in West Africa
Cereal production has fallen by as much as 62 per cent in some countries.
UN condemns attack on peacekeepers in Ivory Coast
Seven peacekeepers were killed during Friday’s ambushes.
Ireland gives €5 million in emergency funding to Sahel region
Ten million people are at risk from a growing food crisis in Burkina Faso, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Senegal, Chad, Cameroon and Nigeria.
Libya calls for extradition of Gaddafi son
Al-Saadi Gaddafi fled to neighbouring Niger after Tripoli fell to rebel fighters.
African Cup of Nations 2012 preview: Group C
Morocco and Tunisia will fancy their chances of booking places in the knockout stages, but Group C is bound to be tightly-contested.
International Criminal Court dealing 'indirectly' with Gaddafi's son
The chief prosecutor at the International Criminal Court has said he is in indirect negotiations with Saif al-Islam Gaddafi.
Confirmed: Gaddafi's son flees across border to Niger
Authorities in Niger have announced that al-Saadi Gaddafi was captured by a military patrol after escaping from Libya.
Gaddafi denies leaving Libya in latest TV message
The ousted Libyan leader says the rebels who pushed him out are a “bunch of mercenaries, thugs and traitors”.
Libyan troop convoy reaches Niger and heads for capital but is Gaddafi with them?
Gaddafi remains popular amongst some African tribes for his previous financial backing of them.