Judges postponed trial proceedings in order to hear arguments from the plaintiffs' lawyers at the next hearing
Ibrahim Ghandour, vice president of the National Congress Party, told Reuters Bashir had been chosen by the party's decision-making council out of five candidates
The Olympic and Paralympic sprinter, who was convicted of culpable homicide last month for shooting Reeva Steenkamp on Valentine's Day 2013, was escorted by armed police into court
The Al-Fath Mosque was closed on August 17 of last year following the eviction of dozens of pro-Morsi activists and reporters who had been holed up inside
The two countries signed a MoU during a recent visit to Uganda by Iranian Police Chief Brig. Gen. Ismaeil Ahamdi Moghadam
Washington deployed unarmed surveillance drones in Niger after a French-led military operation in 2013 in neighbouring northern Mali
Kenya marked the Mashujaa Day which celebrates Kenyan heroes in all fields, including freedom fighters
Eyewitnesses said that clashes re-erupted between Tuaregs and Al-Tabu tribesmen in the town while electricity and telecommunication services disrupted.
Ibrahim Mehleb left open the possibility of military action if Cairo's Gulf Arab allies are threatened
Gaddaf said he had no illusions of returning Libya to the past, but that elements of the former regime deserved to be heard.
The family claimed that Sultan, who holds dual Egypt-U.S. nationality, was being held without charge
Kiir and Machar reiterated commitment to dialogue to settle their differences
The judges are accused of supporting a "certain political group" by signing onto a July 24, 2013 statement that was read out aloud during a sit-in staged by pro-Morsi demonstrators
The House of Representatives, Libya's elected parliament which has relocated to Tobruk in the far east, has endorsed Haftar's Operation Dignity, giving him an official role
"Nigeria is now free of Ebola," WHO representative Rui Gama Vaz told a news conference in the capital Abuja.
Houthis have been controlling the Yemeni capital Sanaa since September 21, even as they signed an agreement with the Yemeni President
Tensions flared between Algeria and Morocco after Morocco accused its eastern neighbor of shooting on ten civilians on its shared border with Algeria, seriously wounding one of them
The assault comes at a time of growing alarm in North Kivu, a mineral-rich province bordering Rwanda and Uganda that has long been plagued by dozens of armed militias.
The visit would give European ambassadors the chance to have a firsthand experience of political and humanitarian developments in the state, EU Ambassador Thomas Ulicny said in a statement
Eyewitnesses reported injuries and arrests of students during the clashes
The interior ministry demanded that Campbell leave after publishing a report that accused police of executing civilians during an anti-gang operation in the capital Kinshasa.