A car bomber blew himself up at a checkpoint near Somalia's parliament and interior ministry in the capital Mogadishu on Sunday, and the city's ambulance service said three people had been killed.
Car bomb kills 3 at checkpoint near Somali parliament
Around 25,000 have rallied in Tel Aviv to protest the Israeli regime’s forcible expulsion of African asylum seekers.
Migrants rally in Tel Aviv after 'monkeys' slur by rabbi
A Chadian soldier and 20 militants from the Nigeria-based Takfiri group Boko Haram have been killed in a clash in the volatile Lake Chad region.
Chad soldier, 20 Boko Haram militants killed in clashes
A car bomb has rocked the coastal Egyptian city of Alexandria, reportedly killing two people and injuring at least four others. The attack comes just two days before Egypt’s presidential election.
Two dead as car bomb explodes in Egyptian city of Alexandria
The Iran men’s national football team, domestically known as Team Melli, has fallen to a narrow defeat against Tunisia in a friendly fixture as it is gearing up for the 2018 Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) World Cup.
Iran’s Team Melli slumps to 0-1 defeat against Tunisia in World Cup warm-up match
Nearly 1.5 million people have left sub-Saharan Africa for Europe and the United States since 2010, while millions more are making plans to follow in their footsteps, researchers said on Thursday.
Study: Millions plan to leave Africa for US, Europe
A car bomb has killed at least 14 people and injured several others near a hotel in the Somali capital Mogadishu, the country's security sources say.
Somali explosion kills at least 14 people, injures several others
A UN rights report sheds light on the plight of Libyans seven year after a NATO-led military intervention there, saying rival armed groups in the North African state continue to kill and torture civilians with impunity, while Europe-bound refugees are still being bought and sold in “open slave markets.”
Libya still living with killings, torture, slave markets: UN
President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi urged Egyptians on Wednesday to vote in next week's election to show they are in charge, a day after he denied any role in excluding his rivals.
Sisi urges big turnout in Egyptian election
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

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