Rebels who declared independence from the Tripoli government have started exporting oil.
Late on Monday, armed men broke into the Johannesburg home of former Rwandan army chief General Faustin Kayumba Nyamwasa, an exiled critic of Rwandan President Paul Kagame.
Kenyatta said the actions would "demonstrate our firm resolve to properly manage" public funds.
Malaak Ayuen, the army's director of information, said the toll was likely to climb as more bodies are discovered.
His scarce appearances have prompted doubts about how he will campaign, what happens if he falls ill and who succeeds him if his health forces him to step down in his fourth term.
International Criminal Court judge said that without Katanga's aid in procuring firearms, the attack would not have been as bloody.
The military operation is described as part of the Somali government's campaign to flush out the group from areas under its control.
Earlier today, Libya officially received Saadi from neighboring Niger where he had been hiding since the collapse of his father's regime in 2011.
U.N. humanitarian chief Valerie Amos told the council that there are more than 650,000 people internally displaced in CAR due to the conflict, over 232,000 in the capital Bangui alone
No concrete decisions were announced after the Paris meeting beyond vague promises of help with security.
Bouteflika on Monday submitted his candidacy papers for next month's presidential elections at the Constitutional Council, one day before the expiry of the registration deadline.
There was a heavy police presence at the march, with armoured vehicles on standby, but the protest was peaceful.
Marzouki took the decision based on recommendations by Tunisia's National Security Council and following consultations with the prime minister and parliament speaker, according to a statement by the presidency.
Chief A.U. negotiator Thabo Mbeki took the issue to the council earlier this week after Ethiopia-hosted peace talks hit a snag.
According to witnesses, the forces recaptured the town in the southwestern Bakool region after fierce clashes with Al-Shabaab group, which seeks to overthrow the central government in Mogadishu.
The Libyan government thanked Niger for extraditing Saadi Gaddafi, who was wanted in Libya on corruption charges.
Germans and Russians are the most numerous visitors to Egypt, which saw tourism revenue plunge 41 percent to $5.9 billion last year
The eased restrictions allow sales to the government of such weapons as automatic assault rifles and rocket-propelled grenades
Five people were killed when gunfire erupted inside an army barracks in South Sudanese capital Juba, an army spokesman said.
The cash-strapped and impoverished country plans to spend 70 percent of its $4.1 billion budget on paying salaries this year
The family of King Idris, who was ousted in a coup conducted by the late Colonel Muammar Gaddafi in 1969, may also be reappropriated with property that was taken from them after the coup.