South Sudan says rebel leader Riek Machar cannot rejoin its government after five years of civil war in remarks condemned by his rebel group as “intended to derail the peace process.”
Rebel leader Machar not to join government, S Sudan minister says
East Libyan forces said on Thursday they had retaken the shuttered oil ports of Es Sider and Ras Lanuf, where the head of Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) said he hoped operations would resume in a “couple of days”.
East Libyan forces advance rapidly to retake key oil ports
South Sudan’s president and rebel leader met on Wednesday for the first time since 2016, when a peace deal collapsed and fighting re-erupted between their forces, the Ethiopian prime minister’s chief of staff said.
South Sudan's president and rebel leader meet for peace talks
A series of fierce clashes between rival armed groups in eastern Libya's key oil export ports has caused output to drop by nearly half, the head of Libya’s National Oil Company (NOC) says.
Libya oil output cut by half due to fierce fighting
From ‘Africa Reeling’ to ‘Africa Rising’, there’s a new narrative for the African continent, now showing promising signs of sustainable growth under more stable governments.
Closing Africa’s wealth gap
Eight Kenyan police officials have been killed when their vehicle hit an improvised explosive device planted by Somalia's al-Shabab militant group, police say.
At least eight Kenyan police killed by Shabab militants
Blasts killed at least 31 people in the northeast Nigerian state of Borno, two residents said on Sunday, marking the largest attack in several weeks in a part of the country blighted by the Boko Haram terrorists.
Blasts kill 31 people in northeast Nigerian state of Borno: Residents
At least 10 people were killed in raids by suspected cattle thieves on four remote villages in northern Nigeria, police said Thursday, in the latest violence to hit the region.
Cattle thieves kill at least 10 people in northern Nigeria
Two people were stabbed to death on Thursday at a mosque in South Africa’s Malmesbury in the Western Cape before the attacker was shot dead by police.
Two killed in knife attack at mosque in South Africa, police say
Moroccans believe it was Saudi Arabia that ruined the North African country’s bid to host the 2026 World Cup.
Saudi Arabia ruined Morocco's World Cup bid, Moroccans say

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