Algeria security forces have reportedly disbanded an international espionage network working for the Israeli regime in the North African country.
Algeria busts international spy cell working for Israel: Media reports
A deal has been reached between the Ivory Coast’s government and the mutinous troops, days after a group of dissident army soldiers took over army bases in cities across the West African country, demanding bonus payments.
Ivory Coast clinches deal with mutinous soldiers
Scores of people are feared dead in an incident involving a boat that capsized in the Mediterranean Sea while carrying 110 asylum seekers.
Scores of refugees feared dead off Libya coast
Ivory Coast’s President Alassane Ouattara has sacked the heads of the army, police and gendarmerie after a two-day military revolt that renewed tensions in the West African country.
Ivory Coast president sacks chiefs of army, police, gendarmerie
Heavy gunfire has been heard near the main military base in Ivory Coast’s second largest city of Bouake as disgruntled soldiers remain in control of the city after waging a mutiny over wages.
Heavy gunfire heard in Ivory Coast's key city as soldiers' revolt persists
People in Tunisia have marked the sixth anniversary of a revolution that ended authoritarianism in their country and inspired a string of uprisings in other Arab dictatorships.
Tunisians mark sixth anniversary of revolution, protests erupt
Mali’s president has urged the long-time leader of the Gambia, Yahya Jammeh, to step down from power and not cause a potential “bloodbath” in the African country by clinging on to power despite his election defeat and causing popular outrage.
Gambia’s leader urged to avoid ‘bloodbath’

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