In an address to the Security Council, which was holding talks on the country after at least 31 people died in weekend clashes, UN Special Representative to DR Congo Maman Sambo Sidikou spoke of a "sense of apprehension."
Opposition accuses president and ruling party executives of trying to hold judiciary captive in order to stay in power
US State Department spokesman Mark Toner said no one was believed to have entered the United States with one of the fake visas, which were reproductions based on genuine travel documents the con-men had obtained.
In October the government notified the United Nations that it would leave the ICC, dealing a major blow to the troubled institution that was set up to try the world's worst crimes.
Medics launch action over 2013 deal with government on pay, conditions
Sirte, on Libya's Mediterranean coast, was the last significant IS-held territory in the north African country.
Puntland forces backed by Somali National Army retake control of strategic coastal town from ISIL
Gambians celebrated after the surprise defeat of their longtime president.
Algeria held talks with Nigeria as far back as 2002 for a similar pipeline crossing the Sahel region, however the Algerian government was unable to finance the project.
Burundi police had already arrested a lieutenant-colonel and a corporal on Monday, hours before the assassination attempt.
Prosecutors argued that his conviction should be upheld, but Pascal Simbikangwa insisted he had been "demonised".
An initial investigation pointed towards the men having ties with IS in Syria and Iraq, "recruiting and sending Moroccan volunteers" there.
The anti-ISILcampaign was suspended temporarily
All were shut down on the grounds that they were transmitting from places away from their original locations, RSF said.
High-ranking Moroccan security officials dismissed for alleged ‘professional breaches’
The world’s youngest nation could see a near-repeat of the 1994 Rwanda genocide, warns UN human rights team
Negeri Lencho appeared at European Parliament with dissident athlete and leader of outlawed armed group
A Federal High Court in Abuja has ordered the immediate release of Ibrahim El-Zakzaky who is the leader of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria, a pro-Iranian shiite group
The ruling will be read at the International Court of Justice on Wednesday at 3:00 pm (1400GMT) by its vice president Abdulqawi Ahmed Yusuf, the court said in a statement.
Barrow won 263,515 votes, while Jammeh took 212,099 votes (36.66 percent) and third party candidate Mama Kandeh 102,969 votes (17.80 percent), the Independent Electoral Commission said. Turnout was around 65 percent.
Ebrahimi and Safaee were arrested Tuesday by Kenyan anti-terrorism police after filming outside the Israeli embassy, allegedly in an Iranian embassy car.