Tunisia arrests 23 suspects over Bardo museum attackTunisian authorities said Thursday that they had arrested 23 suspects in connection with last week's jihadist massacre at the Bardo museum in the capital, Tunis.
Old rivals face off in Nigeria presidential pollNigerians face a familiar choice between incumbent Goodluck Jonathan and 2011 runner-up Muhammadu Buhari when they head to the polls on Saturday to elect a new president.
US embassy in Uganda warns of potential terror attackThe United States embassy in Uganda issued an emergency warning to its nationals on Wednesday, saying a terrorist attack could "soon" take place in the capital, Kampala.
IS group claims suicide bombing in BenghaziIslamic State militants claimed a suicide bombing that killed seven people at an army checkpoint in the Libyan city of Benghazi on Tuesday and triggered retaliatory air strikes…
Tunisia museum reopening cancelled over security fearsThe reopening of the National Bardo Museum was cancelled over security concerns on Tuesday, less than a week after Islamist gunmen killed 20 foreign tourists and a policeman in…
Video: Nigeria's only female presidential candidateNigeria’s only female presidential candidate, Remi Sonaiya, is on a mission to win votes ahead of the country’s elections on March 28.
Son of Senegal's ex-president Wade jailed for corruptionThe son of Senegal’s former president Abdoulaye Wade was jailed for six years for corruption on Monday, dealing a blow to his hopes of running for office and deepening fault…
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Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan sign agreement on Nile damEgypt, Ethiopia and Sudan on Monday signed an initial agreement on sharing water from the Nile River that runs through the three countries as Addis Ababa presses ahead with its…
Popular Tunisian rapper 'joins IS group'He denounced police violence in Tunisia, sang of liberty, women, alcohol and drugs. Then Emino, the popular Tunisian rapper, allegedly joined the ranks of the Islamic State (IS)…
French expats in Tunis stand firm after museum attackDays after a deadly attack on a museum in Tunis, which killed 20 foreign tourists, French expatriates in Tunisia reaffirmed their attachment to their adopted country.
Tunisian PM fires police chiefs over Bardo museum attackTunisian Prime Minister Habib Essid has sacked the Tunis police chief and several others in the wake of a deadly museum attack last week that left 20 foreign tourists dead, his…
Doctors Without Borders slams WHO's slow reaction to EbolaA year on from the start of the Ebola outbreak, a report published Monday by frontline aid agency Doctors Without Borders slammed the international community's slow response and…