Angus Shaw, Associated Press | posted Jun 19th - 6:08am
Zimbabwe's highest court said Wednesday it has received an application from longtime President Robert Mugabe's party to delay crucial elections by at least two weeks following pressure from regional leaders.
Abdi Guled and Jason Straziuso, Associated Press | posted Jun 19th - 6:06am
Al-Qaida-linked militants detonated multiple bomb blasts and breached the main U.N. compound in Mogadishu on Wednesday, sparking gun battles with security forces that killed at least 12 people. U.N. personnel who reached the compound's secure bunker all survived, though officials hinted not all reached that bunker.
Associated Press | posted Jun 19th - 5:57am
Police say armed robbers have shot and killed 48 people in a revenge attack on villagers in northwest Nigeria who have formed vigilante groups to try to end a spree of violent thefts.
Brahima Ouedraogo and Rukmini Callimachi, Associated Press | posted Jun 18th - 1:38pm
Mali, which lost half its territory last year to a rebel invasion, signed an accord Tuesday with Tuareg separatists who still control the country's northernmost province, paving the way for the Malian military to return to the areas that remain under rebel control.
Robbie Corey-boulet, Associated Press | posted Jun 18th - 12:31pm
More ships and sailors fell prey to pirates off West Africa last year than off Somalia's coast, long the lair of pirates, according to a new report that highlights the risk posed by the rise in attacks on vessels in the Gulf of Guinea.
Haruna Umar and Michelle Faul, Associated Press | posted Jun 18th - 12:09pm
Suspected Islamic militants have opened fire on students taking exams at a school in the country's troubled northeast, killing at least nine pupils in the latest violence to wrack the volatile region, witnesses said Tuesday.
Gillian Gotora, Associated Press | posted Jun 18th - 10:40am
William Mukurazita's deposit at the bank has four legs and moos.
Haruna Umar, Associated Press | posted Jun 18th - 10:35am
Islamic militants have driven 19,000 rice farmers from their land in northeast Nigeria while a military crackdown is preventing thousands more from working their fields, raising fears of imminent food shortages, officials warned Tuesday.
Kirubel Tadesse, Associated Press | posted Jun 18th - 10:17am
Egypt and Ethiopia have agreed to start consultations aimed at resolving their conflict over Ethiopia's huge dam on the Blue Nile River, their foreign ministers said Tuesday.
The Associated Press | posted Jun 18th - 8:58am
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