Nigeria’s President Bola Ahmed Tinubu ordered an investigation into what has become one of the country’s deadliest military bombing accidents.
Military leaders in Niger announced the end of the two European Union (EU) security and defence missions within the country.
A court in Mauritania sentenced former President Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz to five years in prison on Monday, for abusing
Former Nigerian Central Bank Governor Godwin Emefiele has been granted bail by a Nigerian court. Justice Hamza Muazu granted Emefiele
African Union (AU) Commissioner for Infrastructure and Energy Amani, Abou-Zeid has urged African public and private sector actors to embrace
Somalia’s President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud announced Tuesday that Somalia has one year to eliminate al-Shabaab, with the deadline for remaining
At least 2 people were killed, and 20 injured, after a car crashed into a crowd in Monrovia, celebrating the
The World Bank announced it is packaging a 12 billion U.S. dollar loan to Kenya. The funds, if the package
At least 15 people, mainly civilians, were killed in simultaneous and synchronised attacks in Diapaga, the main town of eastern