Britain’s newborn princess named Charlotte Elizabeth Diana
Princess Charlotte is the fourth in line to the English throne.
Saudi Arabia to legalise status of Yemeni illegals
Yemenis illegally living in Saudi Arabia would be given renewable six-month visit visas.
3 people rescued alive 8 days after Nepal earthquake
They were rescued on Sunday at Kerabari Village in the Syauli Area.
French patrol ship rescues 217 migrants off Libya coast
Two suspected people smugglers were also arrested.
French soldiers involved in abuse of boys in CAR ”identified”
Fourteen soldiers were involved in the alleged abuse, which took place between December 2013 and June 2014.
10 militants sentenced to life over Malala attack
Malala was shot in 2012, as she returned with two classmates from school in Mingora town of the Swat District in the northwest.
Xenophobia: South Africa condemns Nigeria’s recall of High Commissioner, jabs Jonathan
South Africa throws jab at Goodluck Jonathan administration for failing to rescue Chibok girls.
Kenyan president cancels trip to U.S. over airstrikes in Yemen
Mr. Kenyatta was due to meet a host of leading American investors to discuss investment opportunities in Kenya.
Former U.S. CIA director, Petraeus, gets two years sentence, fine for leaking official secret
Prosecutor says Petraeus was entrusted with the government’s highest secrets but that he betrayed that trust
Xenophobia: South Africa deploys troops to quell violence
Nigerians and other African nationals have been target of xenophobic attacks.
Egypt sentences ousted President Morsi to 20-year in jail
After Mr. Morsi’s removal, the authorities banned his Muslim Brotherhood movement and arrested thousands of his supporters.
Multichoice condemns xenophobic attacks in South Africa
The company urges Africans to see themselves as one irrespective of differences in nationalities, traditions and religions
In Zambia, anti-corruption chief’s battle against fraud draws fierce reply
Authorities move against Zambia’s anti-corruption chief in a complex corruption case linked all the way to Nigeria.
15 Nigerians, Ghanians killed in Mediterranean by Ivoriens, Malians, Senegalese
The victims were thrown in the water for being Christians.
Xenophobia: Zambian radio station stops playing S/African music
The radio protests the targeting of foreigners in South Africa.
Passengers forgot $675,000 “change” at U.S. airports in 2014
The money, all in pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters, was left behind in bins that pass through X-ray machines at airport security checkpoints.
Genocide experience now behind us – Rwandan Ambassador
“We have since forgiven each other and we have moved on as a nation”.
Syrian journalist, Mazen Darwish, wins UNESCO World Press Freedom Prize
The annual award honours a person, organization or institution that has made outstanding contribution to the defence and, or promotion of press freedom anywhere in the world
Ban Ki-Moon, Turkish PM, others congratulate Buhari
The President-elect assures world leaders Nigeria will always act as responsible member of the international community
5 arrested for alleged roles in Kenya university attack
Three people were arrested at the Somalia border while trying to flee on Friday.