Libya: Election Plans Thrown Into Turmoil After Suicide Attack

The suicide bomb attack on the country's electoral commission headquarters badly damaged the building. UN says it is working Read More

Rwanda: Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Announces Support for Women Change Agents & Peace Makers

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, the former President of Liberia, accepting the Ibrahim Prize for Achievement in African Leadership in Kigali Read More

Angola: President João Lourenço in Namibia for 40th Anniversary of Cassinga Massacre

The President of the Republic of Angola is in Windhoek to take part in the 40th anniversary ceremony of Read More

Somalia: Al-Shabaab Ranked Africa's Deadliest Militant Group

Washington-based Africa Centre for Strategic Studies says Al-Shabaab is responsible for more than half the reported attacks carried out Read More

Africa: Somalia-UAE Row Affect Peacekeeping, How Will It Affect ?

Growing diplomatic disputes between Mogadishu and the United Arab Emirates have led to the suspension of the UAE's support Read More

Nigeria: Woman Stripped Naked, Almost Set Ablaze Over Allegation of Murder in Abia State

POLICEMEN at Zone 9 Umuahia, Abia State have begun an investigation into the mob attack on a woman in Amuda Read More

Malawi: New Police Chief is Suspect in Student Activist's Murder

Civil society has slammed President Peter Mutharika for appointing Acting Inspector General of Police Rodney Jose, saying he has Read More

Contrary to popular belief, Latin word is not simply random text

Contrary to popular belief, Latin word is not simply random text. It has roots in a piece of classical Latin Read More