Monday, February 18, 2019

Snap decision to delay election disappoints voters in Nigeria

Reports of problems with the delivery of election materials YOLA: A woman checks her name in a...

‘Delta Avengers’ vow to cripple economy if Buhari is re-elected

Election stampede's death toll hits 15 PORT HARCOURT: A biker rides next to shoes and items lying on...

Chaos, mud, cards: Nigerians frustrated ahead of election

LAGOS: A crowd at one of the Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) collection points listens attentively for names to be called...

Protesters rally in downtown Khartoum in support of detained

President Bashir orders release of detained journalists KHARTOUM: Hundreds of Sudanese protesters rallied yesterday in downtown Khartoum and other...

Tunisia school mum receives suspended sentence for racism

TUNIS: A Tunisian mother has been given a suspended jail sentence for hurling racist insults at a teacher who threw her daughter...

14 civilians killed in jihadist attack in Burkina Faso

OUAGADOUGOU: Fourteen civilians were killed in a jihadist attack in northern Burkina Faso near the Mali border, the military said on Monday....

Somalia port boss killed, car bomb leaves 9 dead in Shabaab attacks

A deadly day for the restive nation MOGADISHU: Emergency rescue staffs carry the body of a victim...

Rapes by Zimbabwe troops go unreported

HARARE: Sekai Hwangwa was asleep when soldiers carrying guns burst into her home in Zimbabwe's capital during a deadly crackdown on anti-government...

Fear of Boko Haram attack sees 30,000 flee Nigerian town

KANO: More than 30,000 people have fled the northeast Nigerian town of Rann and across the border to Cameroon in recent days...

Boko Haram attacks military bases in northeast Nigeria

KANO: Boko Haram jihadists attacked two military bases in northeast Nigeria's Borno state, near the border with Cameroon, injuring six soldiers, two...

Sudan’s Bashir says protesters trying to copy Arab Spring

CAIRO: Protesters in Sudan are trying to imitate the Arab Spring uprisings that shook the region in 2011, President Omar Al-Bashir said...

Sudan police fires tear gas as protesters march on palace

Officials say 26 people have died in the violence KHARTOUM: Sudanese police fired tear gas at hundreds of anti-government...

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