At least 18 were killed when attackers attacked the restaurant in...

Suspected Islamic militants in Burkina Faso opened fire on a Turkish restaurant Sunday, killing 18 people in another attack on a popular restaurant among...

‘Aurion’: The 1st all-African video game

It might not be the first African-made video game, or the first to be inspired by African culture, but "Aurion" is the first all-African...

France promises to boost African Antiterrorism efforts

The newly elected French president last weekend guaranteed solid help towards another multi-national armed drive towards battling radicals within the western region of the...

Six killed in al-Shabaab attack in central Somalia

Attack targeted meeting aiming to form local administration as part of government plan to institute federal form of governance MOGADISHU, Somalia -- Six people were killed...

South Sudan peace talks in Ethiopia

Rebel chief Riek Machar and former Secretary General of South South Sudan's government Pagan Amum Okiech, attend peace talks in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia on...

Female voters in Kenya could discern the outcome of the presidential...

It appears that the most neglected bloc in the fight for Kenya’s presidency is the most important. The 55 years old President Uhuru Kenyatta,...

Mortar attack kills three civilians in Somalia

-Attack in Mogadishu believed targeting government offices, local media reports MOGADISHU, Somalia - Three people were killed and 10 injured in a mortar attack in...

Kenyans falling victim to ‘Devil’s Breath’ criminals

Victim of drugging had home cleared out while under influence following meeting at petrol station By Magdalene Mukami NAIROBI, Kenya - When Ann Njeri left home one...

Hundreds march against climate change in South Africa

Activists urge South African government to reduce carbon emissions ahead of COP21 in Paris JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, - Hundreds of activists marched in Johannesburg on Saturday...

Daesh’s shadow falls across Africa

Notorious militant group, which remains in control of vast swathes of Iraq and Syria, is no longer just a Middle Eastern phenomenon By Safwene Grira TUNIS,...

AU Commission, Islamic charity to promote cooperation

The African Union Commission (AUC) and Islamic Relief Worldwide (IRW), an NGO, signed a memorandum of understanding on Tuesday calling for broad-based development cooperation. AUC...

Johannesburg signs twinning deal with Ramallah

Johannesburg, South Africa's largest city, on Saturday signed a twinning agreement and a memorandum of cooperation with the occupied Palestinian city of Ramallah. The agreements...

‘Hell on Earth,’ Terrors of a Syrian War

Advancements in moving picture technologies — not simply electronic capturing with data, however ever-compartmentalized lens as well as sensor— has initiated ground-breaking novel proportions...

S. Sudan rebels accuse Juba of targeting Shilluk minority

South Sudanese rebels have accused the government of waging attacks on the country's Shilluk ethnic minority in Malakal and areas in the northeastern Upper...

Boko Haram: Decimated or hibernating?

Boko Haram attacks have ebbed in recent weeks LAGOS – In the run-up to Nigeria's general election, Boko Haram militants went on a rampage across...