Zimbabwe army chief demanded a "stop" to the purge in the ruling ZANU-PF party

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17 July 2018
Zimbabwe army chief demanded a "stop" to the purge in the ruling ZANU-PF party
Europe, Africa ministers agree to help migrants held in Libya
Pentagon now says 5 airstrikes in Somalia Thursday-Sunday killed 40 al-Shabaab and ISIS fighters (36 al-Shabaab, 4 ISIS)
Vote counting underway in Somaliland, polling stations closed: Electoral Commission
Zimbabwe top general ready 'to step in' to end purge on ousted VP supporters by the dictator Mugabe
China-Africa Industrial Capacity Cooperation Exposition to take place in Nairobi, Kenya in December, creating platform for Chinese and African businesses to strengthen cooperation
Al-Shabaab gunmen have killed a prominent elder in Somali capital, Mogadishu. The elder was among the electoral delegates who elected one of the Somali lawmakers identified as Hassan Ja'iir last year in Jowhar town. Somalia
About 30 killed when train derails, catches fire in Congo
Police forces shot dead 70 years old man infront of Karan district building, angry protesters are gathering at scene
The polls in Somalia will be closed at 6:00 pm today and the results will be announced in a week - sources
Voting is underway in 1,642 polling stations across the Somalia
US military investigators Sunday returned to Niger ambush site, retraced ambush, interviewed locals, "to gather information and determine the facts;" vow to continue "until we are satisfied that we have learned everything."
US Africa Command now says it conducted two more drone strikes against ISIS and al-Shabab in Somalia today, 26 total now in 2017
Goa: Calangute police arrested two Nigerian nationals for illegal possession of narcotics substance in a raid conducted yesterday; sent to 14 days judicial custody. The arrested men reportedly do not have passports or travel documents8 month ago
Goa: Calangute police arrested two Nigerian nationals for illegal possession of narcotics substance in a raid conducted yesterday; sent to 14 days judicial custody. The arrested men reportedly do not have passports or travel documents
Pentagon: US conducted another airstrike in Somalia against al-Shabaab FRI, "killing several militants," took place 20 miles north Mogadishu
Cameroon separatist attacks kill four security forces: government
Djibouti is planning to send troops to Somalia following federal government's plea for support to fight against Alshabaab.
Fierce fighting between SNA forces and Al Shabab militants ongoing outside Bal'ad district, residents say
Somaliland to shut down Internet networks across the state for its presidential elections on 13th November
8 month ago
Nigerian police kill one, arrest two suspects in British kidnapping
In coordination with the Federal Government of Somalia, U.S. forces conducted an airstrike in Somalia against alShabaab on Thur., Nov. 9 at approximately 3 p.m. local Somalia time, killing several militants, according @USAfricaCommand8 month ago
In coordination with the Federal Government of Somalia, U.S. forces conducted an airstrike in Somalia against alShabaab on Thur., Nov. 9 at approximately 3 p.m. local Somalia time, killing several militants, according @USAfricaCommand
8 month ago
A number of al-Shabaab militants were killed in a U.S. military air-strike in the Bay Region of Somalia, about 100 miles west of the capital, Mogadishu in Somalia
US Department of State on South Sudan: precautionary 7pm curfew for US embassy personnel during long US holiday weekend. Embassy personnel also directed to avoid 2 block radius of Presidential Compound until stand-off with SPLA forces is resolved. US citizens encouraged to take similar precautions.
#Presidentskeepers Pauw says President Zuma has destroyed crime intelligence to protect himself.
International Criminal Court judges approve full probe into alleged Burundi crimes against humanity
The group are also planning two separate attacks, the potential target locations are hotels and popular areas in Mogadishu, timing remains unknown – source
Security forces have reportedly apprehended two planted vehicles while two others (thought to be trucks) are still missing: sources
Al Shabab militants are planning to conduct a massive attack against Mogadishu airport by using AU vehicles, uniforms or possibly ID cards. Most of Somali workers were sent back to their homes – report
Sound of a large explosion heard in Mogadishu – report
Loud explosion heard around the Industrial road near the defense ministry compound in the Somali capital, Mogadishu
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