Director General for African Affairs of Foreign Ministry Mehdi Aqa-Jaafari in meeting with Minister of Industry and Mine of Senegal Aly Ngouille Ndiaye on Wednesday expressed Iran’s readiness to renovate Senegal taxi fleet.
Iran expresses readiness to renovate taxi fleet in Senegal
Somalia, hit by drought and on the verge of famine, will count 1.4 million acutely malnourished children by the end of the year, up 50 percent from late 2016, the UN said Tuesday.
1.4 million Somali Kids malnourished in 2017: UN
Unidentified gunmen have attacked an Egyptian police convoy in the capital Cairo, killing three officers and wounding five others.
Militant attack kills three Egyptian police
South African President Jacob Zuma has abandoned a May Day rally after a large crowd of workers chanted slogans against him and demanded his resignation.
South African president abandons May Day rally after boos from workers
An Egyptian court has upheld a death sentence in absentia against a leader of the outlawed Muslim Brotherhood on charges of establishing a "terror group," which allegedly incited violence against security forces.
Egypt court hands down death sentence to Brotherhood leader
Tanzanian President John Magufuli on Friday fired nearly 10,000 civil servants accused of having falsified academic qualifications to get their jobs.
Tanzania fires 10,000 civil servants over fake documents
An Italian prosecutor has evidence of phone calls between Libyan people smugglers and aid groups operating rescue boats, he told newspaper La Stampa, amid growing criticism of non-governmental groups saving refugees off the Libyan coast.
Italy prosecutor says rescue boats in contact with people smugglers
Deadly violence between government forces and tribal militias in DR Congo's central Kasai region has forced more than a million people from their homes over the past eight months, the UN said Friday.
One million displaced in DR Congo's Kasai due to violence: UN
Two children’s rights groups called on the UN Secretary-General António Guterres to put Saudi Arabia on a UN blacklist of countries that violate children’s rights, for its military actions in Yemen.
Children’s rights groups urge UN to blacklist Saudi coalition for Yemen attacks
Armed men have attacked Egyptian security forces close to the St. Catherine Monastery in the country’s Sinai Peninsula, killing one police officer and wounding four more.
Daesh attack in Egypt’s Sinai kills 1 police officer, injures 4

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