Nearly twenty soldiers have been killed and several others wounded in an attack on an army camp in central Mali before dawn on Sunday, an army spokesman and a local official told Reuters.
Nearly 20 soldiers killed in terrorist attack on Mali army camp
Rwanda is eyeing an economic boost from its inaugural $40 million (Rwf37 billion) bond, which was issued in London at the UK-Africa Investment Summit 2020.
Rwanda bets on LSE bond to boost economic growth
At least six soldiers have been killed and several wounded in an overnight attack in central Mali, the army says, in fresh violence in the war-torn West African state.
At least six Mali soldiers killed in overnight ambush
Tunisia's new designated Prime Minister Elyes Fakhfakh said he would form a smaller cabinet than in previous governments and combat poverty and marginalization of poorer regions.
Tunisia's PM designate vows to tackle economic, social ills
World leaders committed to ending all foreign meddling in Libya's civil war at a Berlin summit Sunday, and to uphold a weapons embargo as part of a broader plan to end the long-running conflict.
World powers agree on new push for Libya peace
Mamadou Boye Diallo, an art curator with a penchant for heart-shaped glasses, calls Dakar's working-class Medina neighborhood an open-air museum.
Art blooms in gritty Dakar neighborhood
A car bomb targeting a group of Turkish contractors exploded on Saturday in Afgoye, northwest of the Somali capital Mogadishu, police said.
Somalia car bomb blast targets Turkish contractors north of Mogadishu
International interference in the Libyan conflict needs to end, the UN's special envoy told AFP on Saturday, on the eve of a summit of world powers to try to bring peace to the North African nation.
Foreign meddling in Libya must stop: UN envoy
The cost of Ghana’s financial sector cleanup risks escalating to 20 billion cedis ($3.5 billion) as the government weighs increasing the guaranteed payback for some depositors, Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta said.
Ghana finance sector cleanup cost risks surging to $3.5b
Germany and the United Nations will push rival Libyan camps and their foreign backers fighting over the capital to agree on Sunday to a truce and monitoring mechanism as first steps towards peace, diplomats and a draft communique said.
Foreign powers to push Libyan rivals for truce in Berlin

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