Ethiopia's new PM meets opposition leaders
Uganda agrees to accept a 'batch' of African migrants from Israel, minister announces, after months of speculation
Violence in Nigeria's swing states could cost Buhari votes
Bomb blast at packed Somalia stadium kills 5 football fans as al-Shabab claims responsibility.
Five soccer fans killed eight injured after IED blast at a stadium in the Indian Ocean town of Barawe, officials, some of the players among the injured. The Al-Shabab militant group claimed responsibility for planting the device.
: "Something I'm very proud of: unemployment rates for Hispanics and African Americans have reached the lowest levels ever recorded. Ever recorded. Think of that."
Asked about Niger, where US special forces were ambushed/killed, "The French are leading the effort [in the Sahel]" says SecDef Mattis "Africa|n nations are gathered around France. We support France and the African nations"
Egypt sends invitation to Ethiopia and Sudan to hold a meeting in Cairo to discuss the issue of Al Nahda Dam
Ethiopia holds Egypt responsible for the failure of negotiations on the dam Renaissance
German national kidnapped in western Niger: attorney general
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Speaker Jawari denies social media reports that he received "millions" in return 4 resignation; says that would have been disrespect to dignity of his membership and parliament. "There were witnesses during my conversation with pres, we agreed to work together for common interest".
Egypt and Russia have resume direct flights more than two years after they were suspended in the wake of a bombing that brought down a Russian passenger plane over the Sinai Peninsula
Somali Defense Minister: End the role of the UAE in the training and management of units of the army
Aircraft that crashed in Algeria was a Russian-made Ilyushin Il-76 and among those on board were Polisario Front fighters and Western Sahara refugees. Witnesses say they saw a wing catch fire shortly after the plane took off from Boufarik airport on a planned flight to Tindouf
Algerian TV: Algerian military plane death toll rises to 257
The death toll in the Algerian military plane crash near capital Algiers, has risen to 257
Algerian civil defense: the death toll of the military plane has risen to 181
17 dead in clashes in Central African Republic's capital Bangui: AFP reporter
Central African Republic demonstrators lay corpses in front of U.N. mission
Algerian authorities say 105 people died in today's air crash.
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Photo: Up to 200 people died after a Military plane type illiuchine plane crashed near Boufarik airport in Algiers, Algeria
Over 200 killed as Il military plane crashed in Algeria
The first pictures of the crash of an Algerian military aircraft
Algeria: a military plane crash with 100 people on board in Bufarik
Algerian sources: Algerian military plane crashes on the road between Boufarim and Blida
KCNA: "Robert G.Mugabe, former president of the Republic of Zimbabwe, presented plants to Kim Il Sung as gifts whenever an opportunity presented itself. Among them are Kigeliaafricana, Callistemonviminalis, Agonisflexuosa and other ornamental plants."
President Trump modifies travel ban to lift entry restrictions for Chad, saying they have sufficiently improved their practices to meet U.S. security standards
BurkinaFaso: The localities of Taouremba and Tondiatata, Soum Province have been simultaneously attacked tonight by presumed AnsaroulIslam militants, continued gunfire at this moment according to sources
Sudan's Bashir orders release of all political prisoners
Somalia rejects UAE condemnation over the seizure of $9.6m. A senior official tells @voasomali UAE Amb refused bags to be examined w metal detectors, electronic scanning, or canine sniffing with o opening or detaining the bag which was a "simple solution" to the problem