12 injured in fuel tank explosion near Egypt's Cairo airport2018-07-13
Twelve people were injured in a fuel tank explosion near Egypt's Cairo International Airport on Thursday night, but the air traffic was not affected.
Libya calls on UN to block "illegal" oil sale2018-06-27
Libya's UN-backed government on Tuesday called on the UN Security Council to block any "illegal sale" of oil by its eastern-based rival administration.
South Sudan gov't and opposition delegations engage in procedural session of peace talks2018-06-27
South Sudan President Salva Kiir Mayardit(1st R)shakes hands with member of the delegation of South Sudan Opposition group during a procedural session of peace talks in Khartoum, South Sudan, on June 26.
Libyan airforce targets terrorists near Bani Walid city2018-06-25
The Libyan airforce carried out strikes late Sunday on remaining terrorists near the city of Bani Walid, some 180 km southeast of the capital Tripoli.
South Sudan opposition leader arrives in Khartoum for peace talks2018-06-25
South Sudan opposition leader Riek Machar on Sunday arrived in Sudan's capital Khartoum to take part in a new round of talks with South Sudanese President Salva Kiir on Monday.
72 illegal migrants voluntarily repatriated from Libya2018-06-22
The Libyan authorities announced Thursday that 72 illegal migrants from Mali and Sierra Leone have been voluntarily deported to their own countries, in cooperation with the International Organization for Migration(IOM).
Uganda declares 2018-2020 "years of the family"2018-06-19
Uganda has declared the next three years, starting this year as the "years of the family," in a move aimed at instilling morals in families as the basic units of society.
Egypt's president appoints former defense minister, PM as assistants2018-06-15
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi issued on Friday a presidential decree to appoint his two former ministers as assistants, official news agency MENA reported.
Load shedding implemented again in S. Africa2018-06-15
CAPE TOWN, June 14(Xinhua)--Load shedding was implemented in parts of South Africa on Thursday due to electricity supply constraint caused by industrial action, authorities said.
Zimbabwean president commissions 30 mln USD Pepsi plant2018-06-14
Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Wednesday commissioned a 30 million U.S. dollars state-of-the-art plant that will produce soft drinks in the country under the world famous Pepsi brand.
Zambia's economic conditions stable: Stanbic Bank2018-06-07
Stanbic Bank Zambia, a commercial bank, on Thursday says economic conditions in Zambia were stable and have signaled an overall improvement in the health of the private sector.
Floods kill 186 across Kenya: UN agency2018-06-08
Death toll from heavy rain and flooding across Kenya has risen to 186 and an estimated 800000 people have been affected, the UN humanitarian agency said on Thursday.
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