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Debra Emmanuel is one of 23 who have graduated from a new college for teenage mothers in Tanzania.
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We leave you with one of our favourite photos of the past week, taken at a climate protest in the Democratic Republic of Congo's capital, Kinshasa:Copyright: Reuters
Africa editor, BBC World Service
Burundi President Pierre Nkurunziza has accused neighbouring Rwanda of destabilising the country by supporting rebel groups.
Relations between the two countries have been poor since 2015 when Burundi accused its neighbour of being behind a coup attempt.
The president of Burundi chose to openly accuse Rwanda at a regional conference.
Pierre Nkurunziza said since 2015 his country had been the victim of numerous attacks by armed groups which he said had been trained and equipped by Rwanda.Copyright: BBC
Since relations between the neighbours plummeted, Rwanda has also accused Burundi of playing a destabilising role by supporting rebel groups.
There is a real danger that this feud could escalate and undermine a region still struggling to recover from years of war.
Relations in Africa's Great Lakes region are already under strain due to a separate row between Rwanda and Uganda.
Thirty people are believed to be missing after the collapse of a building in Kenya, the BBC's Ferdinand Omondi reports, quoting officials.
So far, four people have been reported dead, 27 injured and 11 rescued.
Africa editor, BBC World Service
A rebel group in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo has killed at least 16 people with reports suggesting many of the victims were decapitated.
The killings in the Mbau region north of the city of Beni took place on Thursday.
They've been blamed on the Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) - a militia which has killed at least 100 people over the past month.
At the end of October an offensive was launched against the ADF but for the first time in years the Congolese military chose not to work with the UN peacekeeping force.
The rebel group responded by attacking isolated villages. Civilians have been calling for better protection.
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Tens of thousands of anti-government protesters have marched through the Algerian capital, Algiers, in their last demonstration before next week's presidential election.
They've been protesting twice a week since February.
They forced President Abdelaziz Bouteflika to resign in April after 20 years in power.
Protesters are demanding that the entire political establishment step aside, and they say that Thursday's election will be meaningless.
The five competing candidates all served in former President Bouteflika's administration. They will face each other in a televised debate later on Friday.
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