More than 70 percent of Kenya's electricity comes from green and other renewable energy sources
A cache of weapons suspected of belonging to the Boko Haram has been found in a house in the capital
The U.N. Human Rights Council continues the independent investigation on crimes against humanity, Eritrea faces a step closer to global court.
According to military and local sources, gunmen opened fire at mosques in northeastern Borno state’s Kukawa town. The death toll is feared to be as high as 100
Muslim leaders in Uganda have blamed police for not protecting Muslim imams.
The French President Francois Hollande has visited Benin to discuss the Boko Haram
Attack on U.N. convoy in northern Mali leaves five dead and six wounded.
Activists say flotilla's interception by Israel will not stop them from making further attempts to break siege
Tanzanian government has tried to get low-income families to move out of disaster zones by providing free land as an incentive.
Liberia has confirmed a third Ebola case after a two month period of no new cases
Opposition says president does not have constitutional right to seek third term
Experts say poverty and poor hygiene are the most prominent causes of the repeated cholera outbreaks
Tunisian law enforcement authorities conducted a series of arrests of Libya-trained suspects
At least six people, including one policeman, were killed in Burundi's capital on Wednesday, witnesses and a police spokesman said.
UNSC blacklists six rival South Sudan generals. It is the first time, the men to be listed by the Security Council's South Sudan sanctions committee, which operates by consensus.
President Joseph Kabila has said that he will not stand for a third term when it ends in 2016. The ambassador to the UK has said his compliance will mean that the UK will finance the election.
Sheihk Kirya has become the 12th Muslim cleric to be slain in a period of 2 years.
Parliamentary, municipal polls held Monday despite wideranging calls for boycott
‘Schoopreneurship’ scheme aims to remedy education crisis in Nigeria’s Boko Haram-ravaged northeast region
The opposition have vowed to put aside differences and impose a single candidate to run against Museveni
Sixty-five out of 74 parliamentarians voted to support the government