Peter Nwaoboshi is accused of money laundering, fraud involving $2.2 million
At least 15 people were killed during early morning mass at Catholic church in Benue state
64 women widowed and 113 children orphaned in attack in northwestern village, says senator
Military plane crashed during night training exercise, says Tunisian Defense Ministry spokesman
Senator Dino Melaiye had long shunned police questioning in murder case
Bus drivers on strike seeking raise of 9.5 pct, but their employers are balking
Stampede takes place following the religious ceremony in Ouagadougou
Another 83 undocumented migrants were rescued off Libyan coast
- 8 others injured as 2 suicide bombers detonate explosives in mosque, police say
Five people were hurt in the confrontation in the capital Antananarivo, an AFP reporter at the scene said.
Operation aimed at totally destroying militant group and facilitating rescue of hostages
Opposition party protests against proposed bill seeking make major changes in electoral code of conduct
Before the revolt Libya, with estimated oil reserves of 48 billion barrels, used to produce 1.6 million barrels per day (bpd).
Fresh offensive by Riek Machar's forces seen as 'last-ditch effort' to gain more areas under control before peace talks
Workshop organized in Rabat aims to promote human rights in day-to-day management of prisons
President Omar al-Bashir last week ordered release of nation’s political prisoners
Nigeria’s president met with British prime minister in London as Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting kicked off
According to UNICEF, over 19,000 children have been recruited by all sides since civil war began 5 years ago
The African Land Forces Summit brings together "land force chiefs from across Africa for candid dialogue" to improve security, said the US Army in an April 10 statement.
African Union condemns ‘any use of chemical and other weapons prohibited under international law’
Military commander Khalifa Haftar is now in France for treatment after suffering stroke earlier this week