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Sudan Crisis: Military, Opposition Resume Talks After Street Violence

Sudan's Ruling Military Council said it had restarted talks with an alliance of protest and opposition groups that is pushing for a civilian-led transition...

Sudan: Military Says Talks To Resume As Barricades Removed

Sudan's military council has announced plans to resume talks with protest leaders, paving the way for the two sides to iron out differences over...

Somalia: Al Shabaab Changes Tactics, Uses Home-Made Explosives

A United Nations report has revealed that Somali Islamist insurgents are making their own explosives to mount more frequent and deadly attacks.

ECOWAS Single Currency: Task Force To Give Assessment In June

President of the commission, Jean-Claude Brou, has said that The ECOWAS Task Force on the region’s single currency would meet in June to give...

South Sudan: 15 Killed In Clashes Between Cattle Raiders, Farmers

No fewer than 15 people were killed during clashes between cattle raiders and farmers in South Sudan, the information minister said on Friday. State Information...

Morocco: Court Postpones Trial For Murder Of Scandinavian Tourists

A Moroccan Court has postponed until May 30, the trial of twenty four suspects charged in connection to the murder of two Scandinavian female...

Sudan: Opposition Alliance Says Military Rulers’ Suspension Of Talks Is Regrettable

Sudan’s opposition alliance said on Thursday the ruling military council’s suspension of talks with protesters for three days was a “regrettable” setback to efforts...

South Sudan: President Kiir Warns Against Planned Protests

South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir has warned against planned protestts, saying any forceful attempts to seize power in the country would be met with...

Disaster: Zimbabwe’s President Lauds Nigeria For Extending Assistance

President Emmerson Mnangagwa of Zimbabwe, has commended the government of Nigeria for its assistance to the people of Zimbabwe, who were recently hit by...

Food Security: ECOWAS To Implement Bio-Safety Regulations

Economic Community of West African States, ECOWAS is to implement bio-safety regulations aimed at ensuring safe practices in the agriculture sector in line with...

2019 International Labour Conference: ILO Urges Nigeria To Use Its Position...

The International Labour Organisation ILO has urged Nigeria to use its position on the Governing Board of the organisation to influence decisions for the...

Sudan Protest: We Wont Tolerate Chaos – Military

Sudan’s ruling military council warned that it would not allow “chaos” after four people were killed in violence that broke out over an agreement...

Cyclone Idai: Nigeria To Assist In Reconstruction Of Mozambique

The Nigerian Government, today in Maputo pledged to assist in the rehabilitation and reconstruction of Mozambique which was recently hit by tropical disaster called...

Malpractice: Somalia Cancels National Exams After Vast Social Media Leaks, Students...

The Somalia authorities have cancelled the National secondary exams after papers were leaked on social media platforms. The Minister of Education Abdullahi Godah Barre confirmed...

Burkina Faso: United Nations Condemns Deadly Attack On Church

Top UN officials, including Secretary-General António Guterres, have condemned Sunday’s deadly attack on a Catholic church in Burkina Faso. At least six people, including the...

Diaspora: Foreign Affairs Minister Urges Nigerians In Malawi To Be Good...

The Minister of Foreign Affairs Geoffrey Onyeama has urged Nigerians residing in Malawi to be good ambassadors of the country by exhibiting good character...

South Africa: AU Says Elections Peaceful, Transparent, Credible

The African Union, AU has acknowledged the South African general elections as peaceful, transparent, inclusive and credible. The AU Election Observation Mission...

South Africa Election: ANC Set To Return To Office Amidst Reduced...

The governing African National Congress, ANC is expected to be returned to office in South Africa's parliamentary election, but with a reduced majority.

Libya: United Nations Condemns Attack On Ambulance In Tripoli

The United Nations, UN Support Mission in Libya has condemned an attack on an ambulance in south of the Libyan capital, Tripoli.

South Africa Election: ANC Leads As Votes Counted

Votes are being counted in South Africa's election, with President Cyril Ramaphosa hoping to prevent a slide in support for the governing African National Congress,...

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