Nigeria’s homegrown Boko Haram Takfiri terror group has surprisingly returned more than a 100 of 110 girls it had abducted from the country’s northeast last month, but has served the parents with a stern warning.
Boko Haram frees 100 Nigerian girls but issues warning
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani in a message congratulated the Independence Day of Namibia.
President Rouhani congratulates Namibia on Independence Day
A powerful tropical storm that lashed the island of Madagascar has left 20 people dead and affected 19,000 more, according to an official toll.
20 dead as powerful storm hits Madagascar
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani on Tuesday extended his congratulations to his Tunisian counterpart over the North African country's Independence Day.
Iran congratulates Tunisia independence anniversary
Egypt’s national carrier EgyptAir said on Friday that it would resume direct flights between Cairo and Moscow, three years after they were halted following the bombing of a Russian charter jet over the Sinai.
EgyptAir to resume Moscow flights, halted after attack
Egypt's military said Sunday 16 Daesh members, an officer and a soldier were killed in the past four days during a major military operation against the terror group in Sinai.
Egypt: 16 Daesh members killed in Sinai operation
An Egyptian court sentenced 10 people to death on Saturday after they were convicted of forming a terrorist group and planning attacks on police and security forces, judicial sources said.
Egyptian court sentences 10 to death for planning attacks
The Kenyan president, Uhuru Kenyatta, met the opposition leader, Raila Odinga, in public for the first time since last year’s disputed elections, with the pair promising to heal the country’s divisions.
Kenyan president, opposition leader meet in bid to heal divisions
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) says 21 refugees are unaccounted for and probably drowned as a wooden boat set sail from Libya towards Italy and had to be rescued.
23 missing refugees likely dead off Libyan coast: IOM
Ethiopia's ruling coalition is expected to meet this week to choose a new prime minister, most likely from the populous Oromo ethnic group to try and dampen the discontent behind recent anti-government demonstrations.
Ethiopia ruling coalition to nominate new prime minister

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