There are about 1,500 Jews living in Tunisia
No group has yet claimed responsibility for the attack
Morocco says six suspects had been detained in the northern city of Tangier
We reiterate our call to Israeli government to engage in meaningful dialogue with Palestinian leaders, says president
UNHCR says violence has internally displaced over 630,000 people in DR Congo's Tanganyika province
526 others freed for lack of evidence in mass trials of persons arrested in connection with insurgency
Last October, Somalia's chief of intelligence and police commissioner were dismissed after an attack in Mogadishu
Waste totaling 4 times the Justice Ministry budget to be slashed, pledges leader Adama Barrow in annual address
In the capital Tripoli, and across many cities in the North African country, thousands packed public squares where the authorities were organising concerts and other festivities.
Postponed meeting was to be first on controversial Blue Nile dam project since talks broke down last November
After inheriting country hobbled by decades of autocratic rule, Adama Barrow gets mixed marks in bringing Gambia forward
3 suicide bombers attacked crowded market in Borno State, police say
Ramaphosa also pledges to create jobs for youth and woo investors to country in first state of nation address in parliament
Human Rights Watch accuses local authorities of 'cracking down' on activists, rights groups
As Africa's second most-populous country enters uncharted political territory, here are four questions about what happened -- and what comes next.
UNICEF documents more than 76 murders, most of them were women and children
Political actors in Libya need to get out of foreign pressures and act independently, says Turkey’s special envoy
The State of the Nation address is an annual mix of political pageantry and policy announcements, but the flagship event was postponed last week as Zuma battled to stay in office.
Hailemariam Desalegn resigned on Thursday following anti-government protests in country
Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn resigned on Thursday after weeks of anti-government demonstrations and growing splits within the country's ruling Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) coalition.
18 people killed during a gunmen attack in Nigeria's Zamfara State