Tuesday, June 18, 2019

New clashes in Egyptian Sinai claims three lives

Fresh clashes erupted in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula killing at least three women and leaving scores of civilians injured. Two women were killed after rockets fired...

Linking Ethiopia with the Red Sea States

The Chinese Export & Import Bank provided a 2.3 billion dollars loan for the construction of the Ethiopia and Djibouti electrified railway project, in...

The 24th Assembly Heads of States of the African Union

The 24th Ordinary Session of the Assembly of Heads of States and Governments of the African Union opened today, Friday (January 30) at the...

Egypt court to issue verdict on Morsi trial for spying in May

An Egyptian court is due to give its verdict in the espionage trial of ousted president, Mohamed Morsi, in May. An unnamed Egyptian official said...

Barbie is being outsold in Nigeria by Queen of Africa dolls

There's a new Barbie in town. She's a queen, she's black, she wears traditional African costumes — and she's not actually a Barbie. Created by...

Eugene “Prime Evil” de Kock granted parole after serving 20 years in prison

  PRETORIA: One of South Africa's most notorious apartheid mass murderers, Eugene "Prime Evil" de Kock, was granted parole on Friday after 20 years in jail,...

AU fast-tracks creation of African court

ADDIS ABABA: The African Union starts today the fast-tracking of the ratification of a protocol that will vest the continent's international criminal jurisdiction on...

Police arrest suspected mastermind of deadly Mandera attacks

  A man believed to be behind the 2014 terrorist attacks in Mandera that left 64 people dead has been arrested. The man, who was arrested...

Nine Killed as Gunmen assault luxury hotel in Tripoli + Video

(Reuters) - Heavily armed gunmen stormed a luxury hotel in Tripoli favored by Libyan officials and visiting delegations on Tuesday, killing at least nine...

Ethiopia: Censorship “We need to know what’s happening in Addis Ababa“

Ethiopia is the second most populous country in Africa, but poor infrastructure and a government monopoly over the telecommunications sector have notably hindered the...

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Turkey: Erdogan slams Egypt’s ‘tyrants’ as thousands mourn Morsi

Mosques across Turkey hold prayer services for former Egyptian president, who died in a Cairo court on Monday. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has attended a prayer...

UN Joins Call for Independent Probe on Morsi Death

Mohamed Morsi's death: World reaction - Malaysia, Qatar pay tribute to former Egyptian president, but reaction from other governments has been largely muted. The United Nations...

Governments, citizens battle over access to the internet

Somaliland became the latest country to switch off the Internet to prevent exam leakage and cheating Over the past one week, governments in Sudan, Ethiopia,...