No death in South Sudan plane crash: officials2017-03-21
All 43 passengers and six crew members have survived the plane crash that occurred in the northern South Sudan town of Wau on Monday afternoon, local authorities have confirmed.
Supporters of Mubarak hold gathering outside hospital2017-03-20
Dozens of supporters of Egypt's former President Hosni Mubarak held a gathering outside the hospital where he has been held.
Second part of giant Pharaonic statue unearthed in Cairo2017-03-14
An Egyptian-German archaeological mission extracted Monday the second part of a newly discovered statue, possibly of king Ramses II, from its pits in Ain Shams district of Cairo.
74 migrant bodies wash ashore off western Libyan coast2017-02-22
The Libyan Red Crescent said that the bodies of 74 migrant refugees washed ashore off the coast of Zawiya city in western Libya, 45 km west of the capital Tripoli.
Scientists discover new frog species in Tanzania2017-02-15
A new and unique species of frog has been discovered in eastern Tanzania, a development which is expected to boost tourism potential for amphibian lovers and researchers in the east African nation.
Libya says not responsible for resettling illegal immigrants2017-02-14
Libya's UN-backed government said on Monday that the recent memorandum of understanding signed between Libya and Italy does not include resettlement of illegal immigrants in Libya.
Nigeria committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 20 pct by 20302017-02-14
Nigeria is committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 20 percent by 2030, Minister of State for Environment, Ibrahim Jibril said Monday.
S. African minister urges restraint amid "xenophobic" violence in Rosettenville2017-02-14
South African Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba called for peace in Rosettenville, south of Johannesburg on Monday, where local people have burned some foreigners' houses.
Papua New Guinea's MP charged with armed robbery and fraud2017-02-14
Papua New Guinea Member of Parliament Wera Mori is out on bail Tuesday after being charged with a number of serious offences in Port Moresby, following a joint investigation by local police and the Ombudsman Commission dating back to 2015.
More than 70 bodies retrieved in Sirte: Libyan Red Crescent2017-02-13
An official of the Libyan Red Crescent said more than 70 bodies have been retrieved in Sirte in the last 10 days.
Sudanese police raids suspected weapon cache, arrests foreigners: residents2017-02-13
Local residents said the Sudanese police raided on Sunday an apartment inhabited by foreigners in the neighborhood of Arkaweet, east of Sudan's capital Khartoum.
Exiled Lesotho opposition leaders return home2017-02-13
Three exiled Lesotho opposition leaders have returned home thanks to mediation by the Southern African Development Community (SADC), the South African Presidency said on Sunday.
Russia disapproves of unilateral responses to DPRK missile test: senior lawmaker2017-02-13
Unilateral responses of some countries to Sunday's missile test by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) will only increase tensions, said a senior Russian lawmaker.
Kenya, Slovak presidents seek to expand trade, bilateral ties2017-02-13
Slovak President Andrej Kiska is due in Nairobi on Monday for a three-day state visit to Kenya to seek ways of increasing trade and enhancing bilateral ties, a Kenyan official said on Sunday.
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