AfDB gives South Sudan $43.5 million to fight hunger
About 4 million people have been displaced internally and externally since conflict broke out in the country in 2013.
Erdogan says will not let those responsible for Khashoggi killing avoid justice
He said some people had been uncomfortable with him sharing evidence regarding the investigation into the killing.
Taliban bomb maker, wife, two kids killed in blast – Afghan police
The bomb had allegedly been intended to be used as a roadside bomb to target security convoys in the restive province
Sudan’s prime minister announces 15-month emergency economic reform plan
Sudan’s economy has been struggling since the south seceded in 2011.
Iran arrests groups planning attacks on pilgrims- Minister
Iran stepped up security in border areas after five gunmen killed 25 people at a military parade in the southwest in September.
South Sudan rebel leaders to attend peace day celebrations October 30
The event is packaged to celebrate the peace deal signed by the government and the rebel leaders.
Riyadh must punish all Khashoggi’s ‘savage’ killers – Turkey
Turkey says pinning ”the case on some security and intelligence members” will not satisfy it or the international community.
Actor Geoffrey Rush wipes tears in Court as he denies sex allegations
Mr Rush is to have behaved inappropriately toward a young female co-star in 2015 and 2016.
European shares fall to lowest levels in nearly two years
The European tech sector SX8P posted the worst performance.
Khashoggi: Germany halts arms shipment to Saudi Arabia
German Chancellor Angela Merkel frowned upon the actions of the Saudis.
U.S. warships pass through Taiwan Strait amid China tensions
The voyage risks further heightening tensions with China.
Indonesia hopes for ‘transparent, thorough’ probe of Saudi journalist, Khashoggi killing
Mr Khashoggi vanished after entering the consulate to obtain documents for his upcoming marriage.
Australia expresses regrets to victims of institutional child sexual abuse
Out of the 6,875 survivors who gave evidence to the commission, 64.3 per cent were male.
Africa’s youngest billionaire freed by kidnappers – Police
Mohammed Dewji was freed unharmed.
West Africa countries lose $7 billion dollars to Ebola – Official
The official says nearly 12,000 people died from the epidemic in 2014.
Kenya’s ex-sports minister charged over Rio Olympics graft
The trial will be held next month.
Cameroon constitutional council dismisses petition for nullification of presidential poll
The Council had earlier dismissed 17 other petitions mostly for “lack of evidence and legal backing.”
Former Sudanese president Suwar Al-Dahab dies in Riyadh
The former military officer led his country to democratic rule in 1986.
Real reason Morocco wants to join ECOWAS – Spokesman
The north African country explains why it wants to join a west African bloc.
Health Care remains top issue for U.S. voters as midterm elections approach – Poll
The country’s midterm elections hold in November.
Turkey expects results of Saudi Journalist, Khashoggi, probe ‘soon’
Mr Khashoggi was last seen entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2.
18 killed in clashes over cattle grazing land in South Sudan
Much of the fighting is often along ethnic lines.
China announces elimination of poverty in another 85 counties
This is the largest number of counties to shake off poverty since China vowed in 2015 to win the tough battle against poverty.