Date:Sep 24, 2018
An Egyptian court has sentenced 64 people to varying prison terms and one man to death over violence in 2013 when the military overthrew the elected Islamist President.
Tanzania's State broadcaster says burials have started of those who died when a ferry capsized on Lake Victoria as the death toll rose to 224.
Torrential rains and flooding in north-eastern Tunisia have left at least four dead, including two sisters, the interior ministry said on Sunday.
Libya's internationally recognised government has called on the United Nations (UN) to take "concrete and effective" action to protect civilians and halt fighting near the capital that has killed more than 100 people since late August.
Date:Sep 21, 2018
A court in Zambia ordered the arrest of rhumba star Koffi Olomide, who is from Democratic Republic of Congo, on Friday for allegedly assaulting a photographer six years ago.
South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa, is expected to unveil a Nelson Mandela statue in New York this Monday.
A Congolese woman who refused an Ebola vaccination and then disappeared has died of the virus near the heavily travelled border with Uganda, which is preparing to begin vaccinations as needed.
Sixteen people, including 12 civilians, were killed in a rebel attack on the village of Beni in the Democratic Republic of Congo's restive east, witnesses told AFP on Sunday.
The governorship election in southwest Nigeria's Osun state ended in a standstill on Sunday when the nation's electoral body failed to declare a clear winner.
Growing attacks by motorbike-riding extremists who flee into the forest have led Burkina Faso's government to ban the use of motorbikes and bike carts from sunset to sunrise in its troubled east.