Victims of northern Nigerian school share stories of terror

Institution not registered as school or correction centre KADUNA: When Jibril had tried to escape as a boy from...

Over 300 students tortured and sexually abused

KADUNA: Some of the 300 male students of 'different nationalities' are pictured in the Rigasa area of Kaduna in northern...

8 babies killed in Algeria hospital fire

ALGIERS: Eight babies were killed when a fire ripped through a maternity hospital in eastern Algeria before dawn on Tuesday, emergency services...

Tanzania not sharing information on suspected Ebola, says WHO

NAIROBI: The World Health Organization has accused Tanzania of failing to provide information on suspected cases of Ebola in the country, potentially...

Dozens held in Egypt after rare protests

CAIRO: Egyptian protesters shout slogans as they take part in a protest in downtown Cairo on Friday. - AFP ...

Islamic State fills the void in Nigeria as soldiers retreat to ‘super camps’

New strategy affecting access by aid workers to some areas ABUJA: When Islamic State gunmen stormed the northeast Nigerian...

Divided Zimbabwe bids farewell to Mugabe

Jeered over attacks, South Africa's president apologizes HARARE: Zimbabwe gave former leader Robert Mugabe a state funeral yesterday with...

Jihadists kill 9 Nigerian troops

KANO, Nigeria: At least nine Nigerian soldiers were killed and 27 are missing after IS-affiliated jihadists ambushed a military convoy in the...

Foreigners flee S Africa attacks

JOHANNESBURG: Beverlyn Nyamakwenje was fast asleep in her home in the east Johannesburg township of Katlehong when she was woken by gunshots....

Will we eat democracy? Tunisians ask

Economic troubles undermine trust in politics FERNANA: As he watched a campaign bus pull into town plastered with slogans...

Zimbabwe mourns founder Mugabe

HARARE: Zimbabweans yesterday mourned the death of their founding father Robert Mugabe, but there was confusion over when his body would be...

South Africa faces backlash after xenophobic attacks

Nigerians quit WEF event; S Africa tries to contain 'Afrophobia' fallout CAPE TOWN: South Africa's government said yesterday...

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