Three years after Gaddafi's fall, the OPEC nation has failed to control ex-rebel militias who refuse to disband and who are threatening the unity of the country
Militants group stormed the Katarko town, about 25km from Damaturu, the provincial capital of northeastern Yobe state, and shot dead eight people
Two rival brigades of former rebels fighting for control of Tripoli International Airport have pounded each other's positions for two weeks, turning the south of the capital into a battlefield.
Two demonstrators were killed when security forces used live ammunition to disperse a pro-Morsi rally following the Eid prayers in the Abu Zaabal neighborhood
The clashes erupted Saturday in Benghazi's Bouatni district between army troops and members of Benghazi Revolutionaries militias backed by Ansar al-Sharia militiamen after the latter attacked an army base in the area.
In his message, Morsi lauded “the Egyptians’ continued revolution” and voiced support for the Palestinians “resistance.”
Security agencies are yet to comment on these attacks in Adamawa, one of the three northeastern states under emergency rule
Buqaeiqis said the staff of the British embassy left Libya upon instructions from the British Foreign Ministry, which wanted to downsize the British diplomatic mission in her country
Manguud had just finished addressing a meeting before he headed to his vehicle a short time before the bomb went off
The statement of the Tunisian cabinet follows a Crisis Committee meeting, headed by Prime Minister Mehdi Jomaa
"It was an attempted hijack as the convoy was on its way to the Tunisian border," the official said. "No one was injured but vehicles were damaged."
Militants attacked Kolofata, a town in Cameroon's Far North Region near Nigeria, and seized several people including the wife of Cameroon's Vice Prime Minister Amadou Ali
Foreigners face abduction in north African state as security deteriorates, ministry warns
Because of drought and continued conflict, it said food shortages were expected to worsen in areas mainly in the south and southeast of Somalia.
A convoy of vehicles drove through various suburbs of Johannesburg flying Palestinian flags
On July 1, a car bombing ripped through a crowded market in the heart of Maiduguri, killing at least 35 people
The workers were killed when a Grad rocket hit their residence
The death toll from clashes between Libyan army forces and militiamen in the eastern city of Benghazi rose to 26
The Shi'ites were protesting Israeli attacks on Gaza and also marching to observe of a religious holiday, in the northern city of Zaria
Initial evidence taken from the remote crash site indicates that the aircraft broke apart when it smashed to the ground
The court sentenced Muslim Brotherhood spokesman Yasser Mehrez to two years in prison, accusing him of participating in unauthorized protests in Giza province, west of the capital Cairo, and inciting violence