Egyptian police kill terrorist involved in anti-police attacks2017-09-14
Egyptian Interior Ministry said Wednesday that a wanted terrorist was killed in a fire exchange with police forces in the country's Mediterranean city of Alexandria.
Libya deports more migrants: official2017-09-13
Dozens of migrants were deported from Libya's Tripoli on Tuesday, Tripoli's anti-illegal immigration department said.
Africa seeks to strengthen heritage sites management2017-09-13
In an effort to promote economic development and solve complex conservation challenges facing world heritage sites, the African World Heritage Fund Patron and former President of Namibia Hifikepunye Pohamba will host a business leader's breakfast event in Namibian Capital, Windhoek on Thursday.
Sudan's FM to visit U.S. ahead of examination for sanction lifting2017-09-13
Sudan's Foreign Minister Ibrahim Ghandour will visit the United States on Wednesday to discuss "issues of mutual concern" four weeks before the United State looks into the permanent lifting of economic sanctions.
Zimbabwe's Mugabe opens final parliament session ahead of polls next year2017-09-13
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe on Tuesday opened the fifth and final session of the Eighth Parliament of Zimbabwe with a call for legislators to conclude alignment of remaining pieces of legislation to the new Constitution adopted in 2013.
Gambia launches 18-month security sector reform2017-09-13
The Gambian President Adama Barrow on Tuesday launched the National Security Sector Reform process that will take a duration of 18 months, at a ceremony held at State House in Fajara.
Economic diplomacy remains Ethiopia's top priority target: PM2017-09-13
Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn on Tuesday revealed that economic diplomacy will remain his country's major priority target in the international diplomacy spectrum.
Egypt, Algeria FMs discuss efforts for Libya stability2017-09-13
The Egyptian and Algerian foreign ministers met in Cairo on Tuesday to coordinate efforts over a political settlement in neighboring war-torn Libya, the Egyptian Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
Roundup: Repeat poll risks tearing top Kenyan politicians, supporters apart2017-09-13
A majority are engaging in name-calling while others are issuing threats. That is a summary of the happenings in Kenya's political landscape as politicians engage in all manner of antics in the ongoing campaigns for the upcoming Oct. 17 repeat polls.
16 bodies of illegal immigrants found in southeastern Libya2017-09-06
Libyan eastern-based army spokesman Ahmad Mismari said on Tuesday that army patrols found 16 bodies of illegal immigrants in the southeastern desert, Libyan News Agency reported.
Kenyan police offer 160,000-USD bounties for terror suspects2017-09-06
Kenyan authorities on Tuesday offered a reward of 160,000 U.S. dollars for information that may lead to the arrest of seven terror suspects believed to be operating in the country.
Tanzania mulls new national tourism policy2017-08-25
Tanzania has started formulating a new National Tourism Policy to replace the old one which has existed for 18 years and does not conform with the latest development in the tourism sector, an official said on Thursday.
Funeral held for flooding, mudslide victims in Sierra Leone2017-08-18
FREETOWN, Aug.17(Xinhua)--Mourners, relatives, neighbors and friends on Thursday gave final respects to over 300 victims of the Aug.14 mudslides and flooding in the area of Sierra Leone's capital.
Zambia's main opposition leader released after treason charge dropped2017-08-16
A court in Zambia on Wednesday released the country's leading opposition leader Hakainde Hichilema after the treason charge against him was dropped.
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