Nigerian bombardment of Kwatar Daban Masara in the country's northeast leaves 20 fishermen dead, AFP news agency reports, citing local sources.
School officials say the students were released on Sunday, nearly three months after they were seized by the gunmen in the restive Kaduna state.
Hundreds of protestors gathered at the Habib Bourguiba Avenue, in the heart of the capital Tunis, chanting "The people want the fall of the coup".
Nearly 6,000 people have been displaced, and flights have been cancelled as the volcano entered a new explosive phase, Spanish authorities on the Canary island said.
"The wrong political choices of the leadership of the Ennahda movement led to its isolation and failure," 113 senior officials from the party said in a joint statement.
At least eight people were killed in the blast, which was claimed by Al Qaeda affiliated Al Shabab terror group.
The National Transitional Council "will act as a national assembly of transition" ahead of elections, said a dossier distributed to the media.
President Kais Saied issues orders that strengthen powers of his office at the expense of government and allow him to legislate by decree, prompting immediate opposition from political rivals.
Stage set in conflict-ravaged country for evening screening of two short films "Hoos" and "Date from Hell" with tickets on sale for $10 each.
Yusuf Adamu, who was kidnapped by the armed group in Nigeria, talks about his experience with TRT World.
Eighty-nine of 113 lawmakers present in eastern city of Tobruk vote to withdraw confidence from Tripoli-based administration of interim PM Abdul Hamid Dbeibah.
Officials say military officers and civilians linked to ousted regime of longtime president Omar al Bashir tried to unseat PM Abdalla Hamdok in a failed coup against the transitional government.
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