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King's decision comes after Abdelilah Benkirane's PJD wins 125 seats in lower house of parliament in Friday's elections.
Abdelilah Benkirane, leader of Morocco's Islamic Justice and Development Party, has been appointed for another term as the country's prime minister.
Mohammed VI, the king of Morocco, made the announcement on Monday, after Benkirane's party, the PJD, emerged with the most number of seats in the 395-seat lower house of parliament.
"I can confirm his majesty named him as the new prime minister," said Mustapha Ramid, outgoing justice minister and a senior PJD party official, after attending the nomination.
Benkirane, a politician
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South African police have fired tear gas at students at Wits University in Johannesburg after they forced their way into lecture halls.
The university reopened on Monday after being closed last month because of protests against a planned increase in tuition fees.
Wits had warned the entire academic year could be cancelled if classes did not resume. Protesters have been demanding free education.
This is the fourth week of protests sparked by a government proposal to raise tuition fees by up to 8% in 2017.
At least two police helicopters are hovering above the centre of University of Witwatersrand.
Malawi's government has dismissed rumours about President Peter Mutharika's health following his extended stay in the United States after attending the UN General Assembly in New York.
"The president is enjoying very robust health and is continuing to carry on his duties" a statement said.
It warned that people speculating on his health will be "brought to book". Mr Mutharika came into office in May 2014.
He spoke at the UN on 25 September and has been out of Malawi since then.
The government statement, posted on Facebook, and signed by the government spokesperson, said there was no need for
One girl under the age of 15 is married every seven seconds, according to a new report by Save the Children.
The study says girls as young as 10 are forced to marry much older men in countries including Afghanistan, Yemen, India and Somalia.
Save the Children says early marriage can trigger a cycle of disadvantage across every part of a girl's life.
Conflict, poverty and humanitarian crises are seen as major factors that leave girls exposed to child marriage.
"Child marriage starts a cycle of disadvantage that denies girls the most basic rights to learn, develop and be children,"
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