Christopher Torchia, Associated Press | posted May 20th - 11:38am
Nelson Mandela, old and frail, lives in seclusion in his Johannesburg home. Beyond the high walls of the house, the fighting over his image and what he stood for has already begun.
Melanie Gouby, Associated Press | posted May 20th - 10:43am
Clashes erupted Monday in eastern Congo between government troops and a rebel group believed to be backed by neighboring Rwanda, escalating to the use of mortars and rocket launchers in the first fighting between the groups since the M23 rebels overtook and later retreated from the provincial capital of Goma last year.
Rodney Muhumuza, Associated Press | posted May 20th - 10:37am
Ugandan police disabled an independent newspaper's printing press after forcibly entering its premises to look for evidence against an army general who recently questioned the president's alleged plan to have his son succeed him, witnesses said Monday.
Brahima Ouedraogo, Associated Press | posted May 20th - 10:22am
Talks will resume soon between the Malian government and an ethnic Tuareg rebel group whose influence has been growing in the country's north, Burkina Faso's foreign minister said Monday.
Esam Mohamed, Associated Press | posted May 20th - 9:55am
A Libyan gas company official says militiamen have attacked a natural gas complex in the country's west, injuring two guards and stealing weapons and military vehicles.
Jose Richard Pouambi, Associated Press | posted May 20th - 9:03am
Suspected foreign fighters backing a rebel movement now in control of Central African Republic's government invaded a remote north-central village and killed six people, residents said.
Charlton Doki, Associated Press | posted May 20th - 7:03am
Twenty-four people died in a battle between South Sudan's military and rebel fighters the government believes to be supported by neighboring Sudan, while a tribe-on-tribe cattle-raiding attack elsewhere in the country killed 27 people, officials said Monday.
Ahmed Mohamed, Associated Press | posted May 20th - 6:21am
The man who acted as the spokesman for one of the three al-Qaida-linked groups occupying northern Mali turned himself in over the weekend to Mauritanian authorities on the border, an intelligence official briefed on the matter confirmed on Monday.
Ahmed Mohamed, Associated Press | posted May 20th - 5:37am
A government official says the spokesman for one of the al-Qaida-linked groups that occupied and controlled northern Mali for much of last year turned himself in to authorities on the border with Mauritania.
Haruna Umar and Jon Gambrell, Associated Press | posted May 19th - 12:34pm
Nigeria's military says its offensive against insurgents in the country's restive northeast has killed at least 14 suspected Islamic extremists and three soldiers.
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