Protester’s Funeral Becomes New Flashpoint in Sudan Unrest

KHARTOUM Sudanese police shot live ammunition on Friday as mourners gathered outside the home of a 60-year-old protester who died from a gunshot wound sus…

Sudanese-American Politician Who Organized Protests Goes Missing

A Sudanese-American politician who organized recent anti-government protests in Sudan remained missing Friday, two days after disappearing on the str…

MOROCCO FOILS 89,000 ILLEGAL MIGRATION ATTEMPTS IN 2018 – INTERIOR MINISTRY

MARRAKECH, Morocco stopped 89,000 people from illegally migrating in 2018, up 37 percent compared to a year earlier, the interior ministry said, as the co…

LIBYA: DEATH TOLL IN MILITIA CLASHES IN CAPITAL TRIPOLI RISES TO 10

TRIPOLI, The death toll from clashes between rival militias in the Libyan capital Tripoli has risen to 10 killed and 41 wounded, the health ministry said.

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Sudanese Professional Groups Call for Rallies Across Country

CAIRO Sudanese professional and opposition groups called for protests in 12 cities including the capital Khartoum on Thursday, with hundreds marching t…

MALI: GUNMEN KILL MORE THAN 30 TUAREGS IN ONGOING VIOLENCE

BAMAKO, Gunmen on motorbikes have killed more than 30 Tuareg civilians this week in northern Mali, where clashes over land and scarce water are common, an o…

Somalia’s government reassures UN of its solidarity and support

Mogadishu, 15 January 2019: Somalia’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Ahmed Isse Awad, met with senior United Nation…

Somalia’s government reassures UN of its solidarity and support

Mogadishu, 15 January 2019: Somalia’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Ahmed Isse Awad, met with senior United Nation…

Ethiopia Allows Almost 1 Million Refugees to Leave Camps, Go to Work

NAIROBI Ethiopia passed a law Thursday giving almost 1 million refugees the right to work and live outside of camps, in a move praised for providing them wit…

ZIMBABWE: GOVT RESTORES INTERNET, MAINTAINS FREEZE ON FACEBOOK, TWITTER

HARARE, Zimbabwe’s government Wednesday restored the internet but kept social media sites blocked as tensions remained high in a country that has …