An Egyptian court ordered on Thursday a renewed corruption probe into ousted president Hosni Mubarak, who has been cleared for release after almost six years in detention, judicial officials said.
Egypt court orders corruption probe into Mubarak
Eight people have died in violent clashes between two ethnic groups in central Mali, local sources told AFP Thursday, as tensions grow over use of land and food scarcity in the region.
Mali hit by deadly ethnic clashes amid drought
At least eight people have been killed in a series of blasts that hit Nigeria’s northeastern city of Maiduguri.
Multiple bombings leave eight people dead in Nigeria
More than 2,600 Nigerians who fled into northern Cameroon to escape Boko Haram Takfiri militants have been forced to go home since the start of the year, the UN said Tuesday.
Cameroon expelled 2,600 Nigerians fleeing Boko Haram: UN
At least five people were killed when a vehicle laden with explosives blew up in Mogadishu on Tuesday, a local official said, the latest attack in the troubled Somali capital.
Five dead in Mogadishu bombing as PM unveils new lineup
Norway's foreign minister says South Sudan's leaders have inflicted a massive humanitarian crisis on the population threatened by a famine, adding that a stop in fighting in the civil war is needed urgently.
Norway: South Sudan crisis is man-made, government must act
The security situation in Mali “remains worrying” despite recent troop deployments and some progress on the country’s peace accord, the head of the United Nations (UN)’s peacekeeping force said Saturday in Bamako.
UN official says Mali security situation worrying
Armed men have attacked an aid convoy of the International Organization for Migration (IOM), killing two people and injuring three others in South Sudan, where an ongoing civil war has led to famine.
Armed men kill two aid workers in South Sudan
Libya’s unity government and rival armed groups in Tripoli have signed a ceasefire deal, ending fierce fighting for the control of the capital.
Libya unity government, rival factions agree ceasefire after Tripoli battle
Forces loyal to Libya's unity government have overrun the headquarters of a rival militia following three days of fierce fighting in the capital, Tripoli.
Libya's unity govt. forces overrun rival militia HQ in Tripoli

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