Forces seek three suspects linked to the hotel assault that left 19 dead.
Country wracked by violence since rebel group seized power in 2013.
Tanzania's governing CCM party candidate John Magufuli won the election with 58% of the vote.
Former President Mathieu Kerekou hailed as helping to usher in multi-party democracy in Africa.
Burundi has expelled a Rwandan diplomat, whom it accuses of destabilizing the country.
Troops seeking the surrender of the presidential guard who staged government coup.
Weak domestic electoral institutions mean that foreign nationals can fraudulently register to vote with ease.Africa,ECOWAS,electoral fraud,Ghana,John Mahama,Muhammadu Buhari,Nigeria,Michael Lerner
President Salva Kiir will sign a peace deal with rebels despite his "reservations" about it, his spokesman said.
The government downplays the issue, saying it has stockpiled sufficient food and is helping its farmers.Africa,agriculture,drought,el Niño,Ethiopia,food,U.N. office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs,Michael Lerner
At least 18,000 people have been fired in Zimbabwe in the past two weeks or so, more than all of last year.Africa,layoffs,Robert Mugabe,Supreme Court,Zimbabwe,Michael Lerner
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