State of cyclone alerts underway in Madagascar

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24 September 2018
Libya: Efforts underway to organize international humanitarian and development support programs in Tawergha.
According to @Fitch, Ethiopia's debt to GDP has increased by 2% to 31%, however, th nation's IDR is still amongst the lowest at 'B'.
Sudanese Foreign Ministry summons its ambassador to Cairo for consultation
Aden Ibrahim, junior Al-Shabab operational commander surrendered this week to govt forces in Gedo region, southern Somalia. (photo by @SONNALIVE)8 month ago
Aden Ibrahim, junior Al-Shabab operational commander surrendered this week to govt forces in Gedo region, southern Somalia. (photo by @SONNALIVE)
Militia attacks and army reprisals in the Kasai region have pushed the Democratic Republic of Congo to the top of an unenviable league table: it is  the country with the most internally displaced people (IDPs) in Africa8 month ago
Militia attacks and army reprisals in the Kasai region have pushed the Democratic Republic of Congo to the top of an unenviable league table: it is the country with the most internally displaced people (IDPs) in Africa
A train service official says 14 people have been killed following a passenger train crash in Free State province in South Africa
Zimbabwe court dismisses case of U.S. woman charged with insulting Mugabe
South Africa: train on fire after colliding with a truck between Hennenman and Kroonstad in FreeState. Reports: 200 people sustain injuries
State of cyclone alerts underway in Madagascar
Passenger train and truck collide near Kroonstad in South Africa, killing at least 4 people and injuring as many as 100 - medics
Reuters citing SUNA agency: Sudan extends ceasefire with rebels through end-March
Uganda FM insists that contrary to reports his country never agreed to recieve African refugees Israel plans to forcefully deport.
Kenia: Al Shabaab claims killing 6 Kenyan policemen near Kutlo district8 month ago
Kenia: Al Shabaab claims killing 6 Kenyan policemen near Kutlo district
The UN Security Council held an emergency session regarding UAE 's funding of terrorism in Somalia.
8 month ago
Teenage suicide bomber kills 11 in Gamboru mosque
USA forces conducted an airstrike against al-Shabaab militants on Jan. 2, approx 50 km west of the Somalia capital Mogadishu and killed 2 militants and destroying 1 VBIED. AFRICOM says they assess no civilians were killed in this strike.
Equatorial Guinea says in statement it thwarted 'coup'
A Chadian immigrant blew himself up in Sabha, south Libya, on Monday after he mistakenly detonated a grenade in his pocket while drunk
Five security officers were killed on Tuesday in an attack by suspected Al-Shabaab militants on the Elwak-Kotulo road in Mandera.
Two men armed with pistols shot dead Somalia's Military Court Chief Colonel Hassan Ali Shute's father. The father was killed near his home after returned back from evening prayers at a Mogadishu mosque last night-Alshabaab claimed the responsibility Witnesses and Police
Kenya regulator ditches plan to break up Safaricom: Business Daily
36 injured as bus loses control at Maanzoni on Nairobi-Mombasa road8 month ago
36 injured as bus loses control at Maanzoni on Nairobi-Mombasa road
Libya: Judicial work resumes at the Sirte Primary Court after a delay of more than 30 months
Libya- emerging reports of a suicide bomber who detonated himself in the center of Sabha. So far seems like he's the only casualty.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi issues a decision to extend the state of emergency for three months
Interesting that he claims similar if not the same attack that ISWA claimed yesterday near Maiduguri8 month ago
Interesting that he claims similar if not the same attack that ISWA claimed yesterday near Maiduguri
8 month ago
U.S, Britain warn S.Sudan parties over cease-fire violations
UN chief calls DRC's Joseph Kabila to keep pledge to leave office in accordance with late agreement
Mali: Florence Parly  with Barkhane's soldiers in Mali8 month ago
Mali: Florence Parly with Barkhane's soldiers in Mali
Security forces kill at least seven people in DR Congo during protests over President Kabila's refusal to step down
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