French authorities have arrested a man suspected of committing war crimes in the Central African Republic and he will face extradition to The Hague, the International Criminal Court (ICC) said on Tuesday.
A row has broken out in Ghana over the government's decision to send blood and essential medical supplies to hospitals and clinics in remote rural areas via unmanned drones owned by a United States company.
Police in Democratic Republic of Congo fired teargas and live bullets for a second day on Wednesday to disperse supporters of opposition presidential candidate, Martin Fayulu, killing at least one person, local activists said.
Nigeria’s main opposition candidate did not attend an event on Tuesday to sign an election agreement stating a commitment to hold a peaceful election early next year due to a “communication lapse”, his party said.
Kenya's government has dropped plans to introduce a controversial new school syllabus at the start of the academic year in January 2019 because it is not ready to roll it out, Education Minister Amina Mohamed said.
After four years working "under fire" and interviewing almost 50 000 witnesses, Tunisia's commission tasked with serving justice to victims of half a century of dictatorship is poised to submit its recommendations.