Doctor Without Borders reports 16 pct malnutrition among young children in settlements of displaced people
Maimane was planning to attend treason trial of Zambian opposition leader in capital Lusaka
Foreign minister says UN should not try to replace country’s justice system by conducting parallel investigation
Goal is to help prevent baby deaths, TIKA agency's deputy coordinator in Nairobi says
Last week Third Force fighters attacked Brak al-Shati airbase, also in southern Libya, which is controlled by Haftar forces, killing 140 people, including civilians.
Judges in the capital Addis Ababa imposed a jail sentence of six years and six months on Yonatan Tesfaye, the former spokesman for the opposition Blue Party who was found guilty earlier this month of encouraging terrorism.
Attack increases May death toll of police patrolling Somali border to 20, suspected victims of al-Shabaab attacks
Corruption was widespread under longtime president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, who was ousted in a 2011 uprising, and has remained endemic since.
"They are implicated in affairs of corruption and suspected of plotting against state security through incitement and alleged financing of the protest movements in Tataouine and other regions," he said.
North African country typically prone to sandstorms during onset of spring
The UN children's agency said the conflict in central Kasai has disrupted food supplies and undermined medical facilities.
Officers' vehicle targeted near border with Somali after police issue terror alert
President is not honest with his national dialogue proposal, representative of former exiled vice president says
ISIL claims responsibility for attack that kills 2 soldiers
Tanzania, Uganda and Rwanda establish checking points at border posts
South Sudan has been at war since December 2013 when Kiir fell out with Machar, accusing him of plotting a coup.
It is the first time the new government of the small west African nations has put a figure to the amount it believes Jammeh plundered from state coffers before leaving for exile in Equatorial Guinea in January after 22 years in power.
The death comes as tensions have risen between protesters and security forces outside the El Kamour oil and gas pumping station.
President Kiir declares unilateral cease-fire with rebels but bars his former deputy Machar from returning to country
Young Tunisians continue to stage demonstrations near country’s southern oilfields to demand more job opportunities
"I hope first of all that asylum seekers and refugees can be taken out of detention centres," UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi said after visiting one centre in the Libyan capital.