Burkina Faso on Saturday froze the assets of General Gilbert Diendere, who led a failed coup last week in which his men took the president and prime minister hostage just weeks before elections were due.
Burkina Faso prosecutor freezes assets of leader of failed coup
Two Egyptian policemen were killed in a roadside bombing in the Sinai Peninsula on Saturday, the interior ministry said, in an attack claimed by the ISIL terrorists.
Sinai bombing kills two Egypt police
Nine members of a convoy carrying Mozambique’s opposition leader Afonso Dhlakama were killed in a shootout, police said Saturday, amid conflicting reports on how the gunfight erupted.
Police: 10 die in Mozambique gunfight involving opposition leader
Boko Haram terrorists operating out of Nigeria raided a village across the border in southern Niger and massacred at least 15 civilians, Niger security sources said on Friday.
Boko Haram kills at least 15 in Niger raid
The Egyptian army said its forces, backed by security personnel, have broken up an “extremely dangerous terrorist cell” that was planning to carry out attacks in the North African country.
Egyptian forces smash ‘terrorist cell’ in Western Desert
The United Nations (UN) has been attacked over the “scandalous” appointment of a Saudi Arabia official to a top human rights job – despite the repressive regime having beheaded more people this year than the ISIL terrorist group.
Fury after UN appoints Saudi official to top human rights job
At least 25 civilians were killed in Saudi airstrikes against residential areas in the Yemeni capital city of Sana’a.
Saudi warplanes kill 25 Yemeni civilians in Yemen
Yemen's Shia Houthis released six foreigners whom they were holding hostage and they are flying out of the country's capital, airport officials and Houthi officials said Sunday.
Officials: Houthis release six foreign hostages
Pro-coup demonstrators in Burkina Faso on Sunday invaded a hotel due to host talks aimed at hammering out the details of a deal to restore a civilian interim government and attacked participants arriving for the meeting, witnesses said.
Burkina Faso coup supporters attack hotel hosting mediation talks
The death toll in South Sudan from the explosion of a fuel truck this week has risen to 182, a regional official said on Friday.
Death toll in South Sudan fuel truck blast tops 180

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