Tunisians have marked the sixth anniversary of 20ll revolution that ended dictatorship in their country and inspired a string of uprisings in the Middle East region.
Ivory Coast's administration and rebel soldiers have struck a deal over pay rise in Bouake, where rebels-turned-soldiers mutinied earlier this month.
Ivory Coast's defense minister on Saturday headed to the northern city of Bouake where troops have seized control, demanding full payment of back pay and salary hikes.
At least 22 civilians have been killed in the town of Eringeti of North Kivu province in Democratic Republic of Congo.
Opposition leader calls on Congolese people to peacefully resist 'illegitimate leader' amid clashes with security forces
A suicide bomber has killed eight Libyan armed forces near the eastern city of Benghazi, security and health officials reported Monday.
Armed police set up checkpoints and food and fuel are stockpiled in anticipation of protests
Libya has officially declared the end of military operations in the coastal city of Sirte following the recent liberation of the city from the grips of the ISIS terrorist group.
A bomb has reportedly exploded Thursday inside a teahouse in Mogadishu, killing six people and injuring two others, Somalia's military sources said.
International organizations are calling for an investigation in Cameroon after four people were killed during unrest in the country"s English-speaking regions.
Egypt's administration says Cairo's cathedral suicide bomber is a Muslim Brotherhood follower, who was on the run from security forces.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said on Monday a suicide bomber carried out the attack that killed 25 people at Cairo's Coptic cathedral, the deadliest on the Christian minority in years.
Gambian president-elect Adama Barrow has urged longtime leader Yahya Jammeh to quit power immediately after his decision to reject the result of the December 1 election despite initially conceding defeat.
Kenya's president on Monday has criticized the International Criminal Court (ICC) as "not impartial," predicting his country would withdraw from The Hague-based court.
A bomb blast tore through a church near Cairo's main Coptic Christian cathedral during Sunday mass, killing 25 people and injuring 49 others in the deadliest attack in recent memory on Egypt's Christian minority.
No one has claimed responsibility for attack on cathedral chapel, which used 12 kilos of TNT, according to state media
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