Minibus hits landmine in Middle Shabelle region
A spokeswoman for the UN's public health agency, Fadela Chaib, told AFP that an announcement on the Mugabe fracas would be made "in the coming hours".
New offensive, reportedly to launch Saturday, aims to drive fighters from their strongholds
Army retakes several districts from al-Shabaab, terrorist group blamed for last Saturday's deadly attack
One of the organisers said "more than 10,000" people turned out for the march to the trades union congress building. No official figure was immediately available.
Every Somali citizen has to take a gun and fight al-Shabaab, president tells thousands at football stadium
Christian anti-Balaka militia accused of attacking Muslims in the country's south killing at least 20
More than 10,000 children are still separated from their families, aid organizations say
Small cash transfers being used to develop small businesses
One soldier killed, several injured by ADF attack on convoy of senior army officer in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo
In statement issued from New York, Roselyn Akombe says next Thursday's repeat elections cannot be credible
The summit will gather heads of state or government from Angola, Burundi, CAR, Republic of Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, Rwanda, Sudan, South Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia.
Hamid brandishes his pincers at the heart of the joyous racket of the Sunday market of Beni Yakhlef, a rural town about 30 kilometres (20 miles) from the seaside metropolis of Casablanca.
One of the fishermen was shot and has been admitted to hospital
Turkish diplomatic official says Presidency of Religious Affairs' relief activities reached thousands of Nigerians in 2017
Second reshuffle in 12 months sees currency fall 0.5 pct against US dollar
40 Somalis injured in Saturday's truck bomb attack in Mogadishu were airlifted to Turkey for medical treatment on Monday
Residents of the Somali capital, while wearily accustomed to regular bombs and attacks by Islamist militants, have been left stunned by the monster explosion Saturday which gutted surrounding buildings and left victims burned beyond recognition.
Abadula Gemeda, a member of the Oromos, the country's largest ethnic group, announced last Sunday that he was stepping down after seven years as speaker of the House of People's Representatives.
Beset by ethnic divisions, numerous political tensions and bloody fighting in its east, the delay has raised fresh security worries in the vast African nation.
More than 30 killed, over 80 injured in truck bombing in capital Mogadishu on Saturday