"We are investigating into the matter to make sure that the video is authentic and the victims are Ethiopians," Redwan Hussein, Minister-in-Charge of Government Communications Affairs Office, told.
The UN envoy urged Libyan factions to work "for agreeing on a final wording for the UN proposal,"
Son Chhay, a Buddhist member of Parliament for the Cambodia National Rescue Party, has claimed that those with extremist views could “stir up” tensions
In capital Khartoum, al-Bashir scored significantly higher than his competitors for the country's highest office, according to unofficial results.
Addressing the opening session of the forum, Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn called for eradicating terrorism and extremism in the African continent.
Twenty eight people were rescued in the incident, which happened in an area just off Libyan waters, 120 miles south of the southern Italian island of Lampedusa
Ondo State's Health Commissioner said the number of deaths so far stands at 17. It has not yet been established that this is an infectious disease
Mauritanian news website Alakhbar posted an audio statement on Friday claiming the attack on peacekeepers was done on behalf of the armed group al-Mourabitoun.
Aden Haji Hussein was killed after he had taken his wife to hospital. The gunmen had blocked his path as he was returning to his car.
Libyan news website Ajwa Belad said the clashes in Fashloum started after an armed group attacked a checkpoint of an anti-drugs police force.
Sudan has denied using cluster bombs and has accused the HRW agency of a fabricated report
On Tuesday, Kenya has offered Shabaab fighters ten days to lay down arms in an amnesty.
Religious leaders said they would not be intimidated by the threat of the ban
At least four people have been killed in a wave of anti-immigrant violence that started two weeks ago in Durban, a key port on South Africa's Indian Ocean coast.
Fears are mounting among immigrants that the attacks may spread to other cities.
Kagame was welcomed at the Addis Ababa Bole International Airport by Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn.
The elections, which started on Monday, are the first to be held in Sudan since the independence of the southern part of the country in 2011.
On Wednesday, Sudan's official electoral commission extended the elections by one day. An independent presidential candidate pulled out of the election due to "vote rigging."
Hundreds of Malawians travel to South Africa each year in search of jobs
The camp is located in Tajura, a town in eastern Tripoli, according to a police officer from the Tripoli Security Directorate.
Prison guards and policemen followed them. During the ensuing clashes, some escaping inmates managed to seize two vehicles mounted with Dushka machineguns