Clashes between members of two Sudanese tribes in an eastern town have left seven people dead and 22 wounded over the past two days, a local official told AFP Sunday.
Sudan tribal clashes kill 7, wound 22: Official
Nigerian militias battling Daesh-linked Boko Haram terrorist group has freed some 900 child recruits from its ranks, United Nations children’s agency UNICEF has announced.
Nigerian pro-government militia force sets free 900 child recruits
Libya's internationally-recognized Government of National Accord (GNA) has called on US President Donald Trump to stop foreign support for "aspiring military dictator" Khalifa Haftar as his forces continue their all-out offensive to take over the capital Tripoli.
Libya’s GNA urges Trump to stop foreign support for Haftar
At least 50 refugees drowned on Friday when their boat capsized in the Mediterranean Sea off the Tunisian coast after they had left Libya hoping to reach Europe, the United Nations migration agency said.
Dozens of refugees drown off Tunisia coast after leaving Libya
Britain’s Foreign Minister Jeremy Hunt has expressed regrets that his country’s policy on Libya has failed since London and allies in the NATO military alliance launched an invasion in 2011 to oust long-time ruler Muammar Gaddafi.
Britain regrets policy on Libya has failed since 2011 invasion
Iran's Foreign Ministry spokesman Seyyed Abbas Mousavi expressed sympathy with Nigerien people and government over a deadly tanker explosion in the African country.
Iran offers condolences to Niger over deadly explosion
The signing of the new exploration and production sharing agreement (EPSA) between South Sudan and South Africa’s Strategic Fuel Fund (SFF) is a boost to the oil sector and promotes peace and stability within the country.
S. Africa, Sudan petroleum deal boosts peace, economic recovery, oil industry
Ninety protesters have been killed in protest-related violence across Sudan since demonstrations against ousted president Omar al-Bashir erupted in December, a doctors' committee says.
Sudan protest death toll hits 90: Doctors' committee
Over a month into the battle for Libya’s capital, Tripoli, General Khalifa Haftar and his troops are determined to “uproot” their enemy and continue their offensive during the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan.
Libya's Haftar defies truce, orders troops to fight during Ramadan

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