The car bomb attack kills at least 39 and also injures around 50 people, days after Somalia elected a new president.


An aerial view of Refugee Camp in Dadaab, Kenya

Kenyan court has stopped the closure of world's largest refugee camp by Kenyan government, which is home to more than 250,000 Somali refugees.


People walk among the rubbles following an attack outside the gate of the Dayah Hotel in Mogadishu,Somalia (January 25, 2017)

Twenty-eight people were killed Wednesday when Al-Shabab fighters attacked a popular Mogadishu hotel, setting off two car bombs and opening fire on security guards, the city's main ambulance service was quoted saying to AFP.


Gambia's National Assembly building

Gambia's parliament on Tuesday revoked a state of emergency imposed last week by former President Yahya Jammeh shortly before he fled into exile, as the tiny West African country slowly recovered from its political crisis.


Former Gambia's President Yahya Jammeh arrives at the airport before flying into exile from Gambia

Former Gambian president Yahya Jammeh on Saturday flew into exile in Equatorial Guinea after stepping down under pressure from West African bloc ECOWAS to accept his defeat in December election.


People walk at the site after a bombing attack of an internally displaced persons camp in Rann, Nigeria (January 17, 2017)

Nigerian air force in an "operational mistake" killed at least 52 people and injured 120 others in an air strike on a refugee camp in the country's northeast on Tuesday, a spokesman from Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) said.


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.


The Defence Minister of Ivory Coast, Alain-Richard Donwahi (L) shakes hands with military chiefs upon his arrival at the airport in Bouake

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 Lieutenant-Colonel Issiaka Ouattara (centre) arrives for talks with Defence Minister Alain-Richard Donwahi in Bouake,)

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.


Congolese police officers are seen going to massacre site

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 fighter of Libyan forces allied with the UN -backed government fires a rife at

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


U.N.-backed government forces celebrate as they are close to securing last ISIS bastion in Sirte, Libya

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.


The tea house blast in Somalia's capital, Mogadishu

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.


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