At least 53 soldiers and one civilian were killed in a terrorist attack on an army post in northern Mali, the government said, in one of the deadliest strikes against the West African country’s military in recent memory.
More than 50 Malian troops killed in terrorist attack
At least 22 people have been killed and 10 wounded when a mining truck overturned in southeast DR Congo on Friday, police say.
22 people killed in DR Congo mining truck accident: police
The World Health Organization said more than 7 million cases of malaria have been reported in Burundi so far this year.
Over 7 million malaria cases in Burundi outbreak: WHO
African Export-Import Bank postponed an initial public offering on the London Stock Exchange until equity markets improve.
African Export-Import Bank delays IPO over unfavorable markets
Algeria's election authority has registered 22 candidates for a December presidential election, including two former prime ministers under former president Abdelaziz Bouteflika, the official APS agency reported Sunday.
Algeria registers 22 candidates for presidential election
Six Nigerian schoolgirls and two staff members have been released unhurt three weeks after they were kidnapped from their dormitories in northern Kaduna state, regional authorities said Saturday.
Six Nigerian schoolgirls, 2 staff members released weeks after being kidnapped: Official
At least two people have been killed and dozens injured in violent protests in Ethiopia against Nobel Peace Prize laureate and Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, state media reported Thursday.
Two dead in protests against Ethiopian PM Abiy: state media
Tunisia has a new president. Kais Saied has been sworn in after winning a landslide victory in this month’s election.
Kais Saied takes oath as Tunisia's new president
The Malian military says its troops have killed around 50 militants in a counterterrorism operation, during which dozens of the soldiers captured in deadly attacks by terror outfits last month were also rescued.
50 militants killed, dozens of captured soldiers freed in Mali: Army
Angola and the International Monetary Fund have agreed that the oil producer won’t scrap fuel subsidies before a new cash-transfer program is in place to protect vulnerable households from the impact of higher prices.
Angola will only scrap subsidies when cash transfers are ready

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