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This Day in African History: 25 November

A chronicle of events in African history on this day

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1941, 25 November - World War II: North Africa
Gambut, a major German supply base in Libya, is captured by the Allies.

1956, 25 November
British, French and Zionist residents are ordered out of Egypt.

1965, 25 November
Joseph Kasavubu is ousted by Sese Seko Mobutu in the Congo Republic (now Democratic Republic of Congo).

1990, 25 November
President Felix Houphouët-Boigny remains in power after Côte d'Ivoire's first multi-party elections.

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