Associated Press | posted 11 minutes ago
A Zimbabwean human rights activist says he wants the nation's highest court to order prison authorities to ensure suspects in jail can receive their life-prolonging HIV/AIDS medications.
Dalatou Mamane and Rukmini Callimachi, Associated Press | posted 21 minutes ago
Niger's government spokesman told The Associated Press that the jihadists who attacked a military installation in the town of Agadez on Thursday had never taken any hostages, unlike their earlier statements.
Rodney Muhumuza, Associated Press | posted May 24th - 3:28am
Uganda's president has removed his top military commander and put him in a civilian role in a shuffle apparently prompted by an ongoing row over a rumored plan for President Yoweri Museveni to have his son succeed him.
Boubacar Diallo, Associated Press | posted May 23rd - 11:40am
A government spokesman says at least 15 people were injured, four of them by bullet wounds, during a protest in Guinea's capital between opposition parties and security forces. The clashes are the latest iteration in the ongoing fight between the country's opposition and the ruling party over the details of a much-delayed parliamentary election.
Associated Press | posted May 23rd - 11:32am
South Sudan's president is criticizing the International Criminal Court, saying the court is designed to humiliate African leaders.
Melanie Gouby, Associated Press | posted May 23rd - 10:48am
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon stressed Thursday that security must go hand-in-hand with development in Congo's troubled eastern city of Goma, arriving just hours after a rebel group halted fighting to allow the visit to proceed.
Abdi Guled, Associated Press | posted May 23rd - 9:38am
A spate of attacks by Islamic insurgents in Somalia's capital is forcing investors, businessmen and aid workers to have second thoughts about expanding operations in Mogadishu.
Associated Press | posted May 23rd - 9:24am
Police fired tear gas to disperse protesters in the latest confrontation between the ruling party and Togo's increasingly active opposition. Demonstrators were gathering to protest the death of an opposition member, who died in jail.
Charlton Doki, Associated Press | posted May 22nd - 1:32pm
Following a lengthy Cabinet meeting, South Sudan's government spokesman said Wednesday that the country will continue to export oil through Sudan and that there had been only a temporary slowdown in production.
Associated Press | posted May 22nd - 11:45am
Opposition parties walked out of a meeting in parliament this week in protest over the creation of a Senate. The opposition claims the Senate is a backhanded way for the ruling party to stay in power in the event of the death in office of President Blaise Compaore.
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