Military-aligned demonstrators cut off major roads and bridges in Sudan's capital Khartoum as ties between the military and civilians in the ruling government sour.
This is the seventh aerial bombardment by Ethiopian forces in the war-hit region this week.
The move is aimed at improving the payments system in the West African nation.
Clashes erupted as national forces and paramilitaries engaged in fighting with members of Ahlu Sunna Wal Jamaa in an operation to recapture the strategic town of Guricel.
More than 800 inmates were freed by heavily armed gunmen who stormed a jail in Nigeria's Oyo State, raising concerns about how safe detention facilities are in the West African nation where authorities have struggled to stem rising violence.
Amid rising tensions with France, Algerian ministries instruct staff to use Arabic language in officials correspondence.
An independent inquiry commission released a devastating report last month that found that 83 of the WHO's employees committed abuses against dozens of people in the Democratic Republic of Congo during 2018-2020.
The 'commemoration' of the 1961 Paris Massacre showed that the French president still harbours a colonial mindset.
Civilians gunned down by AMISOM forces were under fire from al-Shabaab terrorists.
Libya is hosting an international conference aimed at resolving key issues ahead of the polls, including maintaining a ceasefire, uniting the country’s many armed groups under a single security body, and the withdrawal of foreign fighters.
Around one million people are expected on the streets of capital Khartoum and other cities to demand a democratic transition to civilian rule amid tensions between PM Hamdok’s government and the military
Government says it targeted facilities to make and repair weapons in Mekelle. Rival Tigray forces deny the site was related to weapons, calling it a garage "with many old tires."
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