The delivery comes just after Stephen Beecroft, the new U.S. ambassador to Egypt, arrives in Cairo
The insurgents came in large numbers to raid the town and clashed with security forces in it
Nearly 5.3 million Tunisian voters are eligible to cast ballot in Sunday's election, which is billed as the country's first democratic presidential election.
The election was initially scheduled for October 14 before being postponed due to Ebola outbreak
The summit devoted to Sahel affairs had lodged an official request with the African Union's Peace and Security Council to form an "international military force to intervene in Libya."
The runoff will see Marzouki, who came in second in last month's first-round vote, face off against Essebsi, a former Ben Ali regime official who came in at first place with 39.4 percent of the vote.
The Kenyan opposition has already described the bill – which will facilitate government wiretapping and allow terror suspects to be detained for up to a year without charge – as "draconian."
Daniel Fred Kidega of Uganda became the fourth speaker of EALA after being elected unopposed after his main competitor, Chris Opoka-Okumu, stepped down
Since 2011, the SPLM-N has waged an active insurgency against the Khartoum government in Sudan's southern Blue Nile and South Kordofan states.
Bouteflika's mental and cognitive faculties are intact and he will continue to govern Algeria, the ruling FLN party's chairman said
Investigations rule that the death of minister was the result of a train accident and have ruled out foul play.
Workers and engineers were repairing broken power facilities when a shootout occurred between Boko Haram gunmen and Nigerian forces.
The agency assists 48 different African countries and is supported by the European Union.
Ban Ki-moon has pledged support for Liberia as the country recovers from the Ebola epidemic
South Sudanese army spokesman Philip Aguer said Khartoum had long wanted to declare war but denied claims that rebel groups fighting against Khartoum government.
Egypt denied reports that Ethiopia had asked to extend the deadline for a technical study on the anticipated impact of a controversial mega-dam
A new agreement between the Malawian government and the IMF will help address the country's economic challenges.
With fears that there are attempts to spoil the consensus, both presidential contenders have downplayed the threats from from ISIL members saying that the Tunisian people will not be intimidated by these threats.
UN Secretary General has urged local communities to strictly follow health guidelines to stop the spread of the disease.
6 people have died as a result of the siege by the Al-Shabaab, making it difficult to transfer basic commodities with those transferred in trucks being torched or stolen.
Some 10,000 Somali refugees living in eastern Kenya's Dadaab refugee camp are expected to be repatriated within six months