The Egyptian Coptic Church and the health ministry reported 41 dead and 14 injured in the blaze before emergency services said they had brought the blaze under control.
Torrential rains and floods kill 52, injure 25 and destroy thousands of homes in North African country, state media report.
The Confederation of African Football (CAF) unveils new lucrative $100 million Super League to open more budget for the cash-strapped clubs on the continent.
Tunisia's President Kais Saied dismissed 57 judges on June 1, accusing them of corruption and protecting terrorists - charges that the Tunisian Judges' Association said were mostly politically motivated.
Boat carrying 30 Tunisian nationals sinks off Tunisia's coast, drowning three women and three children, local media report.
More than 50 wounded were admitted to Sebha hospital, according to the hospital's management's Facebook statement.
Libya’s National Oil Corporation said the company’s oil production has reached pre-force majeure level of 1.2 million barrels per day.
"We aspire to work with the Algerian presidency so that Morocco and Algeria can work hand in hand to establish normal relations between two brotherly peoples," says Mohammed VI.
Cairo lodges its protest at UN Security Council, objecting to Addis Ababa's unilateral filling of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam without a binding deal with downstream countries including Sudan.
The low voter turnout revealed that President Kais will face a major challenge in turning the public sentiment in his favour.
The referendum saw just 27.5 percent of 9.3 million registered voters cast ballots, with an overwhelming 92-93 percent supporting the new constitution.
New constitution greatly expanding presidential powers is set to take effect following a referendum that an exit poll indicated was easily won by the "yes" side but with a very low turnout of just over 27%.
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