Early Saturday morning armed groups attacked the Nembe pipeline carrying crude exports.
The death of a civilian in custody has been blamed on peacekeepers.
'The train has left the station. Those who want to see its success should get on board,' says President Kenyatta
Djiboutian finance minister says new free trade agreement aims to increase China's presence in Africa and Red Sea regions
'In all touristic towns, there is a slight recovery,' tourism minister says
Turkish TIKA agency reveals support for over 2,000 people fleeing Boko Haram insurgency
Kenyan forces have been operating under African Union Mission in Somalia since February 2012
The veteran leader Rachid Al-Ghannouchi says that Ennahda Party is 'evolving with Tunisia'
'The agreement will allow Sudan to build in the future a nuclear plant to generate nuclear energy for peaceful use,' Sudanese electricity ministry says
Libyan coastguards intercept seven vessels carrying hundreds of African refugees trying to reach Europe
The Burundian government refuses to sit with key opponents who it accuses of involvement in a failed May 2015 coup
Ennahda leader Rashid Ghannoushi says Ennahda will take only political path rather than proselytizing and leave other fields to civil society
The nation's president says the funds 'could have been invested in economic matters but unfortunately in this situation it was necessary to give a priority to fighting terrorism and achieving security'
The Government of National Accord urges the international community 'to take responsibility and to accelerate the implementation of its promises' including the exemption to the embargo on weapons sales
Last month, forces loyal to UN-backed unity government launched offensive to recapture Sirte from ISIL
'What we want is to acquire all sorts of weaponry... but our priority is aircraft,' deputy prime minister says
A statement from the Vienna meeting expresses world powers' willingness to supply arms to the UN-backed Libyan unity government
UN says half of the region's residents are facing 'chronic food insecurity' and malnutrition as the violence around Lake Chad 'continues to deteriorate'
‘Rebellion’ by Tobruk-based army chief, foreign interference risk undermining Libya’s UN-backed unity government, say analysts
Nigeria has arrested several people alleged to have attacked oil pipelines and hit the production.
More than 20 top diplomats are set to attend the meeting co-chaired by the United States and Italy