Ethiopia's Tigray forces free 1,000 captured soldiers
Leader of the Tigray People's Liberation Front says the group still has 5,000 and that it will keep senior officers "who will face trial".
Blitz on a busy market comes amid some of the fiercest fighting in Tigray since the conflict began as Ethiopian forces supported by those from neighbouring Eritrea pursue Tigray’s former leaders.
Tanzania's new President Samia Suluhu Hassan says the country should unite and avoid pointing fingers after the death of John Magufuli, her Covid-19 sceptic predecessor, urging the east African country to look forward with hope and confidence.
Nabil al Kurd is one of the Palestinians under threat of eviction from their homes, as an Israeli court decides to demolish the properties they built in two districts of the occupied East Jerusalem to expand Jewish settlement.
The move comes after Kenya hosted the leadership of Somaliland, a breakaway state not recognised by Mogadishu, following months of tensions between the two neighbours.
After a trial that began in January 2014, Magistrate Francis Andayi found that Mohamed Ahmed Abdi and Hassan Hussein Mustafa conspired with and assisted the four attackers, who died in a siege claimed by the Somalia-based Al Qaeda-aligned group.
Tens of thousands people gathered in central London to protest the death of George Floyd by chanting "no justice, no peace, no racist police" and "black lives matter."
The government closed sports facilities in March as part of measures to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus, leaving many athletes with nowhere to train.
In Nairobi's Kibera slum, residents fought for supplies as a food distribution was going on for a preselected group of needy people.
A second wave of the voracious insects, some 20 times the size of the first, is arriving in the continent as it struggles to deal with coronavirus outbreak.
The alleged incursion took place on Monday during clashes in southern Somalia between the army and fighters loyal to the leader of Jubbaland, a semi-autonomous Somalian state. Nairobi said Somali troops destroyed Kenyan properties on the border.
The new cooperation agreements aim to avoid double taxation and improve cooperation in the field of agriculture next month.
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