CAR: Armed group attacks UN peacekeepers in Bangui's PK5 neighborhood during evening hours of March 31

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16 August 2018
South African anti-apartheid campaigner Winnie Madikizela-Mandela dies - personal assistant
Sisi wins Egypt election with 97 percent of valid votes: official
Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa is set to arrive in Beijing on Monday for his first visit to China, as well as his first state visit to a country outside of Africa, since taking office
A spokesman for the UPDF says they have recovered Sixteen more bodies in Bula Marer town on Monday morning, puting the death toll from Al Shabab side at 46 according to Amisom
Deal reportedly struck with UN on safe deportation of 16,000 African migrants in exchange for thousands of others to be granted temporary status in Israel
Landmine explosion kills seven civilians near Bulobarde town, Monday. The victims, including six members of the same family among them children, were riding a donkey cart when hit by the explosion. Local officials say Al-Shabab planted the IED
Boko Haram clashes with soldiers in Nigeria, leaving at least 18 people dead and 84 more wounded4 month ago
Boko Haram clashes with soldiers in Nigeria, leaving at least 18 people dead and 84 more wounded
Ethiopia swears in Abiye as new PM amid ethnic, youth tensions
At least 3 construction workers killed and others missing as building under construction collapses in KM 4 junction, Mogadishu
CAR: Armed group attacks UN peacekeepers in Bangui's PK5 neighborhood during evening hours of March 314 month ago
CAR: Armed group attacks UN peacekeepers in Bangui's PK5 neighborhood during evening hours of March 31
4 month ago
Suspected Boko Haram militants kill 15, wound 68 in Maiduguri, North-East Nigeria: Reuters
4 month ago
At least 18 killed, 84 wounded in Boko Haram attack in Nigeria – emergency services
Photos purported to show dead Al-Shabab fighters killed in today's attack on AMISOM base in Bulo Marer. Troops also collected weapons reportedly fled by the militants
Al-Shabab fighters detonated vehicle-borne improvised explosive devices on AMISOM camp in Bulo Marer town, followed by infantary attack. A source in the area say AMISOM appear to have repulsed the attack
Niger: During the militants withdrawal they were intercepted by Barkhane aircrafts and Niger army aviation, a Tigre helo destroyed a technical between In-Ates (Niger) and Amalawlaw (Mali), the militants were pursued 10-15km into Mali territory but found cover in a village
In Paris today to attend the Moroccan diaspora protest in solidarity with the Hirak political prisoners of the Amazigh Rif.
4 month ago
Mali: Three Plateforme combatants (presumably GATIA) aboard motorbikes were attacked by unknown gunmen yesterday in the area of Amalawlaw, Ansongo, two of them gunshot wounded
4 month ago
Senegal: Khalifa Sall, the mayor of Dakar, sentenced to 5 years in prison for fraud
4 month ago
Puntland police on alert as terror threat increases in the northeast
At 14 dead in minibus crash in South Africa's KwaZulu Natal province, South African
4 month ago
[email protected]: "African-American unemployment has reached the lowest levels ever recorded. Hispanic-American unemployment rate has also reached the lowest levels ever recorded. And wages are rising at the fastest level in more than a decade."
Armed men kidnap the mayor of Libya's capital Tripoli, Abdulraouf Hassan Beitelmal, after storming into his home, authorities say
ICRC confirms death of staffer fatally injured in Wednesday's IED explosion in Mogadishu
4 month ago
Taiwan president to visit old African ally amid China pressure
Egypt's Sisi reelected president with more than 90% of vote, according to state media
Kenya opposition politician says was dragged, assaulted in forced deportation
Preliminary results show Egypt's President Sisi leading presidential race with 21.5 million votes, a state newspaper leads
'High-ranking' al Qaeda militant killed in weekend strike in Libya: Pentagon
Huge flames seen as bomb fitted into vehicle went off in the heart of Mogadishu
Noordin Mohamed Haji has been sworn in as Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) at a ceremony in the presence of President @UKenyatta
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