Administrator of Masisi territory asks authorities to provide adequate security to civilians
Gambia’s new president Adama Barrow celebrates his first 100 days in power
Raila Odinga named opposition alliance candidate
Agreement is meant to guide country into upcoming presidential election before end of year
Kobler, on his first visit to Sudan, is expected to meet Sudanese Foreign Minister Ibrahim Ghandour and other senior officials in Khartoum.
Residents of Tunisia's Tataouine province stage strike to coincide with prime minister’s visit
Hissene Habre was sentenced to life imprisonment in Dakar
Thursday’s protest coincided with Freedom Day celebrations marking 23rd anniversary of first multiracial elections
Comments follow monitoring group's claims that armed groups increasingly acting independently
Recently-appointed PM Saadeddine Othmani vows to continue march towards political reform
The Extraordinary African Chambers, a body created by Senegal and the African Union (AU), sentenced Habre last May to life behind bars, an unprecedented ruling seen as a blow to the impunity long enjoyed by repressive rulers on the continent.
Macron, who is looking to become France's youngest ever head of state, beat Le Pen during Sunday's first round of voting. A run-off between the two takes place on May 7.
United Party for National Development leader among those charged, Amnesty claims intimidation
Attacks since last August left over 700,000 people needing food, shelter, and medicine, says security officer
Ministry of Health says victims suffered from 3 symptoms associated with Ebola virus
Slated for Tuesday, election of new Libyan central bank governor is indefinitely postponed by parliamentary official
The bombings came two days after multiple suicide attacks near the strategic city that killed four members of the civilian joint taskforce (JTF) and injured two others.
Rather than efforts to keep the peace, the conflict is escalating in the war-ravaged country, said head of UN mission
The incident occurred on Monday night, with the traditional flat-bottomed boat overturning off Bettenty, an island area just north of The Gambia, with 72 on board.
Ostensibly meant to guarantee freedoms, opposition blasts raft of amendments as ‘oppressive’
Turkish Red Crescent, Turkey Diyanet Foundation, and IHH help drought-stricken Horn of Africa nation