Reuters/James Giahyue - People hold the Liberian flag with a Christian cross on it during an official celebration of the country being declared Ebola-free, in Monrovia, Liberia, May 11, 2015.

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Africa in the news: Liberia declared Ebola-free, U.S. Senate passes AGOA, unrest escalates in Burundi, South Africa’s Democratic Alliance elects their first black leader

May 15, 2015, Radhika Goyal

In this week's news recap: Liberia was declared Ebola-free; the U.S. Senate passed AGOA; unrest escalated in Burundi; and South Africa’s Democratic Alliance elected their first black leader.

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