Military claims its forces pre-empted planned attack on army base in Borno State
'No one has any business trading in ivory,' Kenyan president says
A military plane has crashed in Sudan killing all crew on board
Emails, correspondence and trade-deal details among sensitive documents released online by Anonymous hacking group
France will increase its troop count for the Ivory Coast, an operational base for French troops.
Mandate of UN operation in Ivory Coast, which includes French forces, has also been extended until June 30, 2017
New agreement calls for strengthening fight against Boko Haram terror group in Lake Chad region
Expanded cabinet and parliament pave way for elections in war-torn country in 2018
Seeking $175.1 mln for its Burundi operations, the UN refugee agency got $47.8 mln, which is 'absolutely not sufficient'
A vessel has been listed for 'transporting crude oil illicitly exported from Libya, based on information received from the government of Libya'
At khalwas, children study Quran, Arabic and Islamic jurisprudence
Government says insurgency in northeast is partly responsible for poor economy
Defense minister says France is willing to assist Libyan UN-backed unity government to ensure its maritime security
A preliminary probe has been opened into the Burundi violence
A Tutsi general and his wife and daughter were killed in an armed attack
A clash between ethnic groups in Ethiopia have left 14 people killed
Sudan demands control of Halayeb and Shalateen Triangle after Egypt cedes two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia
Algeria hope to reopen their embassy in the Libyan capital after it was closed following clashes in early 2015
Medical plane crashed while landing at al-Abraq airbase in Libya’s northeastern city of al-Bayda
The oil pipeline route puzzle has been solved, with Uganda choosing to export her crude oil to the East African coast through Tanzania and not Kenya
Rebel chief Riek Machar will return to South Sudan after agreement between rival leaders is resolved