France to set up military hospital to fight Ebola in West Africa
France says it is already contributing to European finds to
Scotland votes NO, reject independence from United Kingdom
The outcome is a relief for millions of Britons who prayed for a united Britain
South Africa raises inter-ministerial team over Synagogue building collapse
President Zuma had earlier despatched a support emergency team to Nigeria.
Rwandan senate president resigns after being accused of incompetence
Analysts believe the sack may be politically-motivated.
Ban welcomes U.S. government’s measures to fight Ebola
The United States government is setting up a Joint Force Command headquartered in Monrovia, Liberia.
40 Malaysian victims in Ukraine air crash identified
There were 298 people aboard flight MH17 when it crashed in Ukraine.
Synagogue building collapse: Nigeria, South Africa differ on death toll
It is unclear how the South Africans arrived at their casualty figures.
Ebola: Nigeria, four others to receive 20m pairs of medical gloves
The deadly Ebola Virus Disease has claimed the lives of over 2000 West Africans.
120 world leaders to attend Climate Change summit in New York
The United Nations said there would be a strong participation from leaders from business, finance and civil society.
South African athlete, Oscar Pistorius, guilty of culpable homicide
The judge, Thokozile Masipa, cleared him of pre-meditated murder saying the state failed to prove Pistorius intended to kill his model girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp.
Nigerian Govt warns embassies over fraudulent visa agents
The government threatens to send security agents after errant embassies
Paedophile Priest: Pope accepts retirement of culpable cardinal
Sean Brady would be replaced by his 52-year-old deputy, Monsignor Eamon Martin.
ECOWAS defence chiefs to meet in Ghana over Boko Haram, Ebola, others
The meeting will assess the security situation in the region and Ebola
Somalia sacks intelligence chief over arrests of journalists
The former spy chief attacked government critics but could not do his job, the government said.
Ebola: Use survivors’ blood to treat patients – WHO tells Nigeria, others
WHO says there is a real opportunity that a blood-derived product can be used and that it is one positive aspect of so many people being infected.
Nigerian journalist, six others win prestigious awards for reporting on water, sanitation, hygiene
Organisers say journalists are key partners for sanitation, hygiene and water sector professionals in their awareness raising, advocacy and behaviour change work
A Call for Appointment of ECOWAS Special Envoy on Ebola
Cross-border coordination and collaboration necessary to stem the spread of Ebola has been haphazard and chaotic.
Gaza: After journalist killings, potential violations must be investigated
On July 9, a driver for the local agency Media 24, Hamid Shihab, was killed when his car marked as press was hit by an Israeli strike.