Tanzania, Uganda and Rwanda establish checking points at border posts
South Sudan has been at war since December 2013 when Kiir fell out with Machar, accusing him of plotting a coup.
It is the first time the new government of the small west African nations has put a figure to the amount it believes Jammeh plundered from state coffers before leaving for exile in Equatorial Guinea in January after 22 years in power.
President Kiir declares unilateral cease-fire with rebels but bars his former deputy Machar from returning to country
Young Tunisians continue to stage demonstrations near country’s southern oilfields to demand more job opportunities
"I hope first of all that asylum seekers and refugees can be taken out of detention centres," UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi said after visiting one centre in the Libyan capital.
Disasters displaced three times more people than conflicts, with most of the 24 million people affected hit by sudden-onset weather hazards such as floods, storms, wildfires and severe winter conditions.
Soldiers from Angola who were hired by the South African government during the apartheid-era to fight communism across southern Africa, including in Namibia and Zambia now face ebilitating conditions
LNA spokesman Ahmad al-Mesmari said the soldiers were returning from a military parade unarmed, and that most of them were executed.
Senegal's Mariama-Ba all-girls academy won the high school category for a "made in Africa" pump solution to flooding, and girls were well represented in the winning 11-15 age group on Saturday after showing off their robotics skills.
Around 2,900 people were rescued Thursday, 2,300 of whom were found in international waters and taken to Italy, while 580 picked up in Libyan waters were returned to the north African country.
Zambia, as a sovereign state, will not be dictated by any country, says top presidential aide
"We practically had a monopoly on the banana trade," Trabelsi said, adding that there were also monopolies on real estate and alcohol sales. If another businessman tried to compete "we blocked his load," he added.
Rescued fishermen to be handed over to Iranian embassy officials in Kenya
The UN Security Council on May 11 urged Jose Mario Vaz to appoint a prime minister who enjoys broad political support.
Gas explosion had occurred at abandoned gold shaft on Thursday
Two men reportedly discuss bilateral ties, cooperation
3 suicide bombers killed, security operatives injured in fresh attack
Members of the Third Force militia loyal to the UN-backed Government of National Accord in Tripoli attacked an airbase used by military strongman Khalifa Haftar's self-proclaimed Libyan National Army, military sources said.
Merera Gudina detained last November for allegedly meeting in Europe with leaders of Ethiopian group dubbed 'terrorist'
Contract between Total and government is transparent and legal, Mohamed Dione says