‘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...

Over 30 killed, 33 wounded in Libya military academy attack

TRIPOLI: Bodies are seen in the back of ambulances killed from an air strike earlier in the day on a Military...

Nile dam dispute spills onto the social media

GUBA, Ethiopia: Photo captured a general view of the Blue Nile river as it passes through the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam...

‘Over 130’ killed in northwest Nigeria

Governor rejects claims that 'attack was fabricated' JIMETA, Nigeria: Camp dwellers pump water from a well in...

UN council, AU meet for Burundian crisis talks

ADDIS ABABA: UN Security Council ambassadors and African Union leaders met yesterday for crisis talks on Burundi, after the government refused a proposed AU...

Algeria ruling coalition wins legislative elections

ALGIERS: Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika's party and its coalition ally have won a clear majority in parliamentary elections, the interior ministry said yesterday of...

Neglect, injustice, poverty drive new Biafra protests in Nigeria

ONITSHA: Forty-five years after a brutal civil war, Nigeria is facing a new wave of protests for a separate Biafran state, driven by long-standing...

Malawi ‘hyena’ man faces sentencing over sex ritual

NSANJE, Malawi: An HIV-positive Malawian man who said he slept with at least 100 girls and women in traditional cleansing rituals was to sentenced...

Sudan boosts security as tribal clashes kill 32

KHARTOUM: Sudan has beefed up security in Red Sea state and imposed a curfew in its main...

Retired policeman held over fake Air France bomb

PARIS: French police yesterday detained a retired policeman over the discovery of a fake bomb on board an Air France flight which made an...

South Africans protest against Zuma; violence hits Johannesburg

JOHANNESBURG: Violence broke out in Johannesburg as more than 30,000 people marched in South African cities to protest against President Jacob Zuma yesterday, demanding...

Mugabe’s successor and the ‘poisoned ice cream’ plot

HARARE: On August 17, the Zimbabwean government issued an official denial that Emmerson Mnangagwa, who was vice president at the time, had eaten ice...

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