As air attacks against the TPLF in Ethiopia’s Tigray resume, the humanitarian situation continues to deteriorate.
Government says a TPLF training and military command post targeted in western Tigray, followed by second raid in north.
As violence increases across the country, a survivor of an attack in Solhan gives a harrowing account of the bloodshed.
Police and President Museveni say explosion was act of ‘terrorism’ as ISIL claims responsibility for the attack.
Jailbreak at Oyo correctional centre in country’s southwest is the third to occur this year.
Namibia, ranked a lowly 19, reached the Super 12 round of the T20 World Cup second after shocking Ireland.
Nigeria’s national security adviser says Malam Bako, leader of the Isalmic State in West Africa Province, ‘taken out’.
Negotiations would have marked the first time the government formalised dialogue with such groups.
Ethiopian air raids force UN aid flight to abandon its landing in the capital of the country’s Tigray region.
Britain expelled thousands in the late 60s to make way for a US base. Now, their descendants are left in limbo.
Somalia was meant to choose a new president this month, but a dispute between president and PM halted the process.
Hundreds of students demand the government raise teachers’ pay to end a strike that has put a halt on lessons.
UN blames South Sudan’s worst floods in 60 years imperilling livelihoods of more than 700,000 people on climate change.
Fatu, daughter of 32-year-old Najin, is now the only donor left in world-first breeding programme.