Minister beaten to death by striking Bolivian miners
The minister was kidnapped before being beaten to death.
Massive rioting in Harare as protesters clash with police
Zimbabweans are calling for electoral reforms.
Death toll in Somalia beach restaurant attack rises to 10
Casualties comprised six civilians, two members of the security forces and two of the attackers
Zambia suspends licenses of three broadcast stations
The decision to shut down the three broadcasters follows the June closure of the independent Zambian newspaper The Post.
Attack on American university in Kabul ends; 15 dead
Police say seven civilians and three attackers were among those killed.
U.S. says working with Turkey on extraditing Preacher Gulen, blamed for attempted coup
President Erdogan wants Mr. Gulen taken into pre-trial detention until a trial.
Bangladesh army hails Nigerian military over defeat of Boko Haram
The Bangladesh army says it has a lot to learn from its Nigerian counterpart.
Muslims not welcome in Czech Republic – Prime Minister
“We have no strong Muslim community here, and to be honest, we do not want a strong Muslim community”.
South Sudanese rebel leader, Machar, flees country
Mr. Machar reportedly fled to Ethiopia.
Zambia’s Lungu wins country’s presidential election
The election took place amidst widespread allegations of repressive attacks against the opposition
AfDB approves $9m equity investment for SME’s in Nigeria
FAFIN is a first-generation private equity fund that provides support to viable SMEs in the Nigerian agribusiness sector.
Closing Nigeria’s mission in Buea not in national interest — Ex-diplomat
The government says a number of missions would be closed to save cost.
‘Nigeria accounts for over 70% of 500 million illicit weapons in West Africa’
A UN official says Nigeria must act to stem the tide.
Failed coup cost Turkey close to $100 billion — Minister
The damages include destroyed buildings, military equipment, decline in orders abroad for goods and a drop in tourism.