Calling failed putsch in Turkey 'dangerous,' movement leader also looks to formation of new Tunisian unity govt
Ugandan police chief to face trial for violating citizens' rights, says prosecutor
A new law that raises the pension age has been the subject of much contention with thousands rallying in Morocco
Army spokesman Sani Usman said in a statement late Saturday that five of the soldiers had been found, including the unit's commanding officer.
It said the talks were aimed at "finding solutions to the short, medium and long-term future of the Niger Delta region", home to the country's massive oil and gas resources.
Mauritania hosts the two-day Arab summit for the first time
The presence of French troops has been a cause of contention and now militia are calling for people rise up against French troops
Libya has made moves, with the backing of the UN to get rid of its chemical weapons
Easing of border restrictions, checkpoints sees large influx of people fleeing fighting in Juba
Unanimous decision dismisses a government ban as 'discriminatory and an infringement on the constitutional rights'
Hundreds of people poured into several Libyan cities to protest against the French military presence
Britan, Germany, and Sweden have pulled out their security forces from South Sudan prompting an angry lash back from the UN
Sentence hampers UDP's chances in December polls
‘Benghazi Defense Brigades’ claim responsibility for downing French military chopper in eastern Libya
Gunmen have killed 17 soldiers at a Mali military base
More than 300 fires in schools since 2007 have gutted dormitories
Withdrawal from Sirte could pave the way for further cells to across north Africa
Millions remember anti-apartheid fighter on UN-backed memorial day
Fighting has taken place in the Bay region, southern Somalia where with AU forces backing Somali troop
'eTrade for All' aimed at helping developing countries utilize technical, financial cooperation from abroad
Delegates postpone decision to replace Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma