Two Indian climbers die, one missing on Mount Kanchenjunga in Nepal
Several climbers die in expeditions in the Nepalese mountains every year.
10 countries agree to take steps to eliminate online extremism – New Zealand PM
Jacinda Ardern said the March 15 attack was shocking in its use of social media as a tool in the act of terror.
Sudan military, opposition agree to three-year transition period
Protesters say the new military rulers are a continuation of Omar al-Bashir’s former regime and have clamoured for a transition to a civilian government.
South Africa’s Ramaphosa to speed up economic reforms, fix Eskom
Mr Ramaphosa said more details on how the reforms would be implemented would be announced in his State of the Nation address.
Cyclone Idai: Zimbabwe President hails Nigeria for extending assistance
“We are happy that the leadership of Nigeria has realised that their brothers and sisters here in Zimbabwe visited by cyclone Idai need assistance.”
Trump denies U.S. plan to send 120,000 troops to counter Iran threat
New York Times reported the plan was discussed recently in a meeting of top national security aides.
Cyclone idai: Nigeria to assist in reconstruction of Mozambique
Nigeria donates relief material and cash to the Mozambican government.
Somali security forces kill 14 Al-Shabab militants
The terrorists were killed on Monday night during a fierce fighting between the Somali National Army (SNA) and the militants.
ECOWAS parliament condoles with Burkina Faso over church attack
A priest and five churchgoers were killed by gunmen during mass at about 9am in the town of Dablo on Sunday.
Facebook closes 23 Italian pages with fake news, pro-govt propaganda
The action, coming amid renewed concerns that fake news could poison the campaign for the May 26 European Parliament elections.
Sri Lanka suspends social media in attempt to defuse rising tensions
Security has been tight in Sri Lanka since Easter Sunday when 257 people were killed.
Burkina Faso’s president welcomes freed French, South Korean hostages
There were six kidnappers, four of whom were killed, with the other two on the run, French authorities said.
South Africa: Ruling ANC Remains Ahead in Election Results
South Africans voted in national and provincial elections on May 8.
46 million Australian $50 notes circulated with spelling error
The spelling errors appeared in the small microscopic text printed on one side of the note.
Niger begins three days mourning after tanker explosion kills 60
The explosion near a petrol station in the capital, Niamey, happened in the early hours of Monday
Three dead, about 70 hurt in bus-truck collision in Philippines
Fatal road accidents are common in the Philippines, mainly due to driver negligence, defective public vehicles or unsafe road conditions.