Bashir had abolished the post of prime minister when he came to power in 1989
A state of emergency was established following waves of anti-government protests, mainly in Oromia region
Buhari sent a letter which was read on the floor of the House of Representatives in Abuja on Tuesday urging lawmakers to approve the loan to "ensure prompt implementation of the projects."
Head of Libya’s UN-backed unity government voices readiness to step up security, military cooperation with Moscow
Col. Habiarimana Mucebo is said to be in charge of intelligence in the Rwandan extremist group, FDLR
Amnesty International calls for independent hybrid court to prosecute government's crimes in the capital Juba last July
'We must give a chance to dialogue,' a senior official of the International Criminal Court says in Senegal
As many as 41 Ugandans were reportedly kidnapped by S. Sudan rebels since summer
12 people killed in an attack after suspected Al-Shabaab gunmen attacked a lodge with explosives
Flags at half-mast after derailment that left 79 dead
Omar al-Bashir, 72, flies to Saudi Arabia after cancelled appearance on Sunday
Democratic Alliance says government did not debate the issue inside the parliament
Riek Machar, speaking exclusively to Anadolu Agency, says rebels still willing to talk to S. Sudanese leader Salva Kiir
Libya forces free 13 foreigners from ISIL in Sirte
Ex-aviation minister in Goodluck Jonathan administration seized outside court
A recent report by the human rights organization Amnesty International alleged that Sudan's government may have used chemical weapons in their offensives against rebels in Jebel Marra, Darfur, this year.
Accusing the ICC of bias, the withdrawal of South Africa has rocked the ICC
UN releases report on use of excessive force, rife impunity for rights violations during September protests in Congo
The protests were called to demonstrate against the government of President Joseph Kabila who many in Congo fear is manoeuvering to stay in office indefinitely beyond the end of his term in December.
Decision follows 2015 row over South African visit by Sudanese president sought by ICC on war crimes charges
Those living in Tripoli say they are exhausted by power cuts, price rises and a lack of cash flow as rival authorities and militias battle for control of the country.