Sudan's ruling generals and protest leaders reached a "full agreement" on the constitutional declaration, the African Union said on Saturday, paving the way for transitioning to civilian rule.
Sudan generals, protest leaders agree on constitutional declaration
Malawi’s highest court has imposed a ban on plastic bags, a huge milestone for the government and environmental charities who beat off challenges from some of the country’s big manufacturers.
Malawi reinstates ban on plastic bags as campaigners hail 'fantastic victory'
Rwanda has shut its frontier with Ebola-hit Democratic Republic of Congo after a third case of the deadly virus was detected in the border city of Goma, the Congolese presidency said Thursday.
Rwanda closes border with Ebola-hit DRC: Congolese presidency
The Libyan Government of National Accord (GNA) has protested at UN envoy Ghassan Salame's latest report to the United Nations Security Council on the ongoing conflict in the North African country.
Libya's GNA govt. protests at 'untruths' in UN report
Rwanda has shut its frontier with Ebola-hit Democratic Republic of Congo after a third case of the deadly virus was detected in the border city of Goma, the Congolese presidency said Thursday.
Rwanda closes border with Ebola-hit DRC: Congolese presidency
South African paper and pulp maker Sappi (SAPJ.J) said on Thursday its Canadian division was buying Matane hardwood pulp mill in Canada to increase pulp integration and cut costs after reporting a 84% decline in profit for the third quarter.
South Africa's Sappi buys Canadian paper mill, third-quarter profit falls
A Sudan affairs expert tells Press TV’s The Debate program that Saudi Arabia is intentionally preventing the formation of a democratic government in Sudan to manipulate the status quo in the African country in its own favor.
Saudi Arabia involved in Sudan’s unrest: Commentator
The United Nations has called for an investigation into the killing of five schoolchildren during a protest rally in central Sudan.
UN urges probe into fatal shooting of Sudan schoolchildren at rally
Attempts to secure the release of imprisoned Nigerian Muslim cleric Sheikh Ibrahim al-Zakzaky have suffered a fresh setback with the adjournment of a court hearing that was due to decide whether the ailing leader of the African country's Islamic movement should be freed to receive urgent medical treatment.
Nigerian court accused of delaying Sheikh Zakzaky's treatment
At least five demonstrators, including four students, have been shot dead during a protest rally in a city in central Sudan, as an ongoing political turmoil worsens in the crisis-hit African country.
Snipers shoot dead at least 5 protesters in central Sudan rally

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