Mali : Three jihadists including an ivorian arrested in Bamako Eritrea accuses Ethiopia of ​​fomenting chaos to ignite the fire of a devastating war 30 Women sentenced to 6 weeks imprisonment for prostitutionICC wants South Africa to explain failure to arrest BashirMissing Medevac plane may have collided with Boeing in Senegal Boko Haram Militants Kill Over 50, Several Injured In Borno Market Nigeria : more than 2 million internally displaced people Morocco's ruling Islamist party on Friday faced a major test of its dominanceSeven die in Edo road accidentUN human rights chief deplores new allegation of sexual abuse in CARGun deaths and knifings increasing in Gauteng Liberia declared free of Ebola transmissionsTwo explosions hit northern Cameroon town previously attacked by Boko HaramSuspected Boko Haram gunmen on horseback kill at least 24 in northern NigeriaUN rights chief arrives in Central African RepublicAt least 50 AMISOM troops dead & 50 others missing in AlShabaab attack on military base in Somalia Eastern Libya struggles to attract oil buyers in row with TripoliNigeria retakes border town from Boko Haram135 rifles & 770 rounds of ammo voluntarily surrendered to state police in Nigeria, incl. 84 rifles,by a gang leaderCambodia requested taking refugees from Australia’s Nauru detention campSomali militants overrun base for African Union forcesWest African archipelago hit in rare hurricane strike A Princeton-based research team found epidemics could be tracked through calling patternsBoko Haram kills nearly 80 in NE Nigeria villages7 bodies wash up on Libya beach Syrian army destroyed hideouts & strongholds of terrorists in Lattakia province, killing dorensNigeria's security agency says arrested 20 suspected Boko Haram chiefs Extremists kill 28 in villages in northeastern NigeriaTwo French journalists arrested in blackmail of Moroccan kingPresident Buhari granted licences to 65 Nigerian companies to construct modular refineries

Map. History of Africa conflict

7 September 2015
Mali : Three jihadists including an ivorian arrested in Bamako
Eritrea accuses Ethiopia of ​​fomenting chaos to ignite the fire of a devastating war
Nigeria : more than 2 million internally displaced people
Liberia declared free of Ebola transmissions
A Princeton-based research team found epidemics could be tracked through calling patterns