Words are not enough to describe the fun and passion in their eyes as Nigerian refugee girls cheer on their side at the Africa Cup of Nations.
Growing up, Arega Tekeba’s fondest memories involved the feasts his father would prepare for Ethiopia’s Orthodox epiphany festival Timkat – the way he would lead their family in song while roasting a freshly-slaughtered sheep. But those memories are now acutely painful.
DR Congo police said Tuesday they had arrested suspects in the murder of the Italian ambassador Luca Attanasio who was killed in an ambush on his vehicle a year ago.
The influential son-in-law of Kazakhstan’s ex-president resigned as head of the leading business lobby Monday not long after public anger at perceived corruption in the Central Asian country boiled into a deadly crisis.
Kazakhstan’s President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev said Tuesday that a contingent of Russia-led forces would begin leaving the troubled Central Asian country in two days, with the pullout to take no more than 10 days.
Mourn, or move on? A year after the mob of Donald Trump supporters stormed the US Capitol, lawmakers are trying to heal the deep rifts left behind by the insurrection that sought to overturn the election results.
Nigerian security forces have rescued nearly 100 kidnap victims held in forest hideouts in the country’s northwest after they were kidnapped at least two months ago by criminal gangs, police said on Tuesday.
Jim Wood has thought a lot about it and he just does not believe that Joe Biden won the 2020 presidential election.
Libya’s parliament committee in charge of overseeing the country’s first ever presidential election scheduled for Friday has concluded that it will be impossible to hold the vote on time.
The SAHRC is worried about another possible wave of unrest in KZN, after the courts decided Jacob ZUma must return to jail earlier today.
Police in the restive Solomon Islands on Tuesday pursued charges against a leading member of the opposition over deadly riots that rocked the country last month.
Gunmen linked to Libyan military chief Khalifa Haftar clashed overnight in the country’s south, authorities and local media said Tuesday, with medics reporting one person dead.
Suspected criminal gang members attacked a village in Nigeria during market day, killing at least eight people, residents said on Monday.
Ugandan troops will spend no more time in the Democratic Republic of Congo helping to fight rebels than “strictly necessary”, President Felix Tshisekedi pledged on Monday.
Clashes between fishing and herding communities in Cameroon’s far north region were sparked by disputes over access to water.
The Niger soldiers had “defended themselves ferociously” killing dozens of the attackers before being overwhelmed by their numbers
The Myanmar junta has long justified its power takeover by alleging fraud in last year’s elections, which Suu Kyi’s party swept in alandslide
The early morning attack happened a day after 7 soldiers were killed by ISWAP jihadists near a base at Rann, close to the Cameroonian border
Gunmen killed two workers with ENI subsidiary Nigeria Agip Oil Company and an official from the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps
“Our forces tasked with securing the harvest in Al-Fashaqa… were attacked by groups of Ethiopian army […]” Sudan’s armed forces said
“Congo and Uganda officers are already working every day under the Joint Operations Centre set up for intelligence exchange,”
Egypt, the most populous Arab country, recorded the third most executions in the world – behind China and Iran according to AI
The latest attack brings the number of fatalities among civilians and the security forces in northern Burkina to at least 79 in 11 days
Britain has been advising its citizens to leave Ethiopia since 9 November due to the worsening conflict between the government and the rebels
One soldier was also killed on Monday in the Imo district of Oru East, where troops clashed with gunmen who set fire to buildings