Libya’s coastguard intercepted 299 migrants from sub-Saharan African countries on two rubber boats east of Tripoli on Tuesday, officials said.
Libyan coastguard intercepts nearly 300 migrants east of Tripoli
Palestinian Hamas movement has handed over administrative control of Erez and Kerem Shalom crossings on the Israeli border and Rafah crossing on the Egyptian border to Palestinian Authority.
Hamas hands over Gaza border crossings to PA
Two hundred and fifty companies gathered this year at Aeromart Nagoya in Japan to participate in intensive B2B meetings to develop global business beyond Japan and in line with the latest market trends.
Morocco flying high as aircraft manufacturers land in the hub
Sustainable water supply is imperative for economic growth, but so often gets side-lined in the rush for development. The unanticipated consequence is a global economy that is increasingly stunted by water resource challenges, with worldwide predictions suggesting that global water demand will increase by approximately 75 percent more than global water supply in the next 30 years!
Sustainable water management, a lever for green growth in Africa
Kenya's opposition leader Raila Odinga has censured a rerun of presidential election in the country as coronation rituals for the ruling government, saying he would fight on and maintain a momentum of civil disobedience in the country.
Kenya’s Odinga vows to continue disobedience after sham votes
Fighting between armed groups around the town of Batangafo in northern Central African Republic have left at least two dead and 10 wounded, aid workers said Monday.
Clashes in CAR leave at least 2 dead, 10 wounded
Four civilians and a policeman have been killed in clashes in eastern DR Congo as protestors demanded that President Joseph Kabila stand down this year.
Four civilians, policeman killed in clashes in DR Congo's Goma
Two police conscripts have been killed in a fresh attack on security forces in Egypt’s restive Sinai Peninsula.
2 police officers killed in attack in Egypt’s Sinai
An attack on a hotel in Mogadishu ended on Sunday after 29 people were killed during a siege lasting nearly 12 hours, police said.
Somali hotel attack ends, leaves dozens dead
With ethnic tensions boiling over, Kenya’s electoral authorities are set to announce on Sunday what should happen in areas which boycotted the country’s rerun presidential election.
Kenya on edge as post-election turmoil escalates (Video)

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