The Nigerian Army conducted a “mistaken” drone strike on a village during a Muslim festival on Sunday, killing over 90 people.
The interior ministers of Britain and Rwanda signed a treaty on Tuesday that aims to revive a plan to send asylum-seekers to East Africa.
She allegedly travelled to Syria in September 2013 and married a Jabhat al-Nusra fighter before the couple joined the Islamic State.
A German court on Thursday sentenced a Gambian man to life in prison over his participation in a death squad that assassinated opponents.
Uganda’s Finance Ministry said on Monday that it plans to borrow $150 million from the Export-Import Bank of China (ExIm) to develop the country’s Internet infrastructure.
Former South African Cabinet minister Ronnie Kasrils exuberantly praised the Hamas terror attack of October 7, in which roughy 1,200 Israelis were murdered, calling it “brilliant, spectacular,” and “damned good.”
A German priest who was abducted by rebels in Mali’s capital in November 2022 has been released by his captors.
Upwards of 150 people have been abducted by gunmen in Nigeria’s northwest, local residents said, pointing to dozens of armed men on motorcycles who stormed villages in Zamfara state for the punitive raid.
Fulani Muslim raiders gunned down the pastor of the Evangelical Church Winning All in Kaduna State, Nigeria, late last week and kidnapped his wife for ransom.
The State of Israel has recalled its ambassador to South Africa after the South African government, which has backed Russia in its invasion and war against Ukraine, called for the arrest of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Nigeria is the most dangerous place in the world to be a Christian, according to a report on Christian persecution by International Christian Concern (ICC).
The Associated Press obtained internal documents from the World Health Organization (W.H.O.), it claimed on Wednesday, that showed the agency was offering a paltry $250 compensation to women sexually abused by its employees in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
Rural communities in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) are facing an “environmental catastrophe” as mining for cobalt and other minerals necessary for manufacturing batteries poisons their land and water with toxic chemicals, experts told Congress on Tuesday.
South African Foreign Minister Grace Naledi Mandisa Pandor issued a statement on Tuesday calling on the International Criminal Court (ICC) to arrest Israeli President Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel Defense Forces (IDF) officers, and other “key decision-makers” for war crimes.
Anti-Israel activists waving the ISIS flag violently broke up a legally permitted pro-Israel rally by a Christian group in Cape Town, South Africa, on Sunday — leading local police to cancel the rally instead of protecting the Christians from the anti-Israel mob.
Three senior South African government officials told Reuters on Thursday that South Africa will miss its climate change targets under the Paris Agreement because shutting down the country’s eight coal-fired power plants would cause a massive energy crisis.
Nigerian President Bola Tinubu signed a $2.8 billion budget on Wednesday, which included lavish funding for a presidential yacht.
South Africa, a country now synonymous with crime, electricity shortages, inequality, human rights abuses, and (occasionally) a rugby championship, has pulled its ambassador from Israel as it accuses the Jewish state of “genocide” against Hamas terrorists.
Multiple news outlets reported on Monday that the Rafah border crossing between Egypt and Hamas-controlled Gaza was closed.
Kenya Railways announced on Wednesday that, beginning in 2024, tickets to ride the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) from the capital, Nairobi, to Mombasa would cost 50 percent more than their current price.
The Rafah border crossing between Egypt and Hamas-controlled Gaza opened on Wednesday for foreign nationals and select Palestinians needing medical attention, multiple news agencies on site confirmed – but Egypt has steadfastly refused to aid Palestinians seeking refuge from the genocidal jihadist organization that rules Gaza.
South Africa’s National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) has been paying hefty monthly allowances to almost 158,000 “ghost students” who do not actually exist, according to a forensic probe described in a News24 report on Monday.
The government of South Africa on Monday asked the United Nations to deploy troops in Gaza to protect Palestinian civilians.
The World Health Organization (W.H.O.) on Monday issued a report on its effort to investigate allegations of sexual misconduct against its staffers around the world.
The socialist government of Zimbabwe on Sunday announced emergency measures to contain a fast-growing epidemic of cholera that has spread to every province in the country.
A meeting of world leaders dubbed the “Cairo Summit for Peace,” held in the Egyptian capital on Saturday, ended with participants failing to issue a joint statement on the conflict between Israel and multiple jihadist terror groups because Arab leaders at the summit refused to condemn Hamas, multiple reports indicated.
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres visited the closed-down Rafah crossing between Egypt and Gaza on Friday, demanding Egypt allow trucks full of humanitarian aid into the Hamas-controlled territory but failing to urge Cairo to accept Palestinian refugees.
The Egyptian government agreed on Thursday to open the Rafah crossing into Gaza for humanitarian aid convoys, although Egypt still refuses to accept any Palestinian refugees from Gaza.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi on Wednesday repeated that his government will accept no Palestinian refugees from Gaza.
King Abdullah II of Jordan informed a meeting Tuesday with German Chancellor OIaf Scholz in Berlin neither Jordan nor Egypt would be willing to take in any refugees fleeing the Gaza Strip after Hamas terrorists used the West Bank as a base to attack Israel.
On Monday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Inside with Jen Psaki,” Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT) stated that the whole reason America gives vast amounts of military aid is so that “when the chips are down, when a crisis is in our midst,
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa posted a video Saturday of a speech he delivered to a rally in support of Palestinians in the wake of a devastating terrorist attack by Hamas that saw 1,300 Israelis murdered, 3,600 wounded, and 100-200 kidnapped.
Egyptian strongman Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, reportedly speaking at a military graduation on Thursday, urged residents of Gaza to “remain on their land” rather than attempt to relocate away from the violence of the jihadist terror group Hamas and any potential retaliation from the Israeli government.
Burkina Faso’s junta-led government signed a deal with Russia on Friday for the construction of a nuclear power plant.
Ugandan security troops arrested 40 supporters of opposition leader Bobi Wine in a crackdown intended to thwart a “million-man march” of protesters.
A mysterious account on TikTok caused a good deal of confusion in the already chaotic nation of Sudan by using artificial intelligence (A.I.) to create convincing fake video clips of former dictator Omar al-Bashir, who was deposed in 2019.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officials found something smelly at an airport on September 29 after examining a traveler’s belongings.
The U.N. Security Council voted on Monday to authorize a multinational military intervention against the gang lords of Haiti, led by Kenya, which volunteered to take point in July.
The Senegalese navy announced Sunday it had intercepted four boats, filled with migrants, bound for Europe over the previous three days.
Libya’s eastern government said that China will take the lead in rebuilding the flood-ravaged city of Derna.