Somalia in desperate need for blood donations for survivors of truck bombing- Minister
The bombing on Saturday killed more than 300 people and injured at least 400 others.
Labour leader, other UK lawmakers could lose seats in cost cutting plan
It is not clear whether parliament will back the plan.
Zuma reshuffles cabinet, sacks minister critical of him
He appoints a close ally to oversee nuclear deal.
Zimbabwe bans fruit, vegetable imports as forex crunch deepens
The produce included tomatoes, onions, carrots, grapes, apples and oranges.
Human Rights Watch, Britain, U.S. criticise election of Congo to UNHRC
Nigeria was also re-elected to the UN agency.
Elections: Amnesty, HRW accuse Kenyan police of killing 33 people
The report brings the nationwide number of killings by police after the August 8 vote to more than 45.
Death toll from Somalia bomb attacks rises to 300 – Official
The death toll could be higher as some people are still missing.
Liberian election set for runoff as George Weah fails to win 50% votes
None of the candidates secured more than 50 per cent of the votes.
Liberia: Despite trailing George Weah in official tally, VP says he’s sure of victory
About 50 per cent of the total votes cast have been released.
Liberia election “peaceful, well-conducted” – International observers
The group, however, notes some challenges like overcrowding at polling centres.
October 26 poll will be illegal if it is held – Odinga
The opposition leaders had withdrawn from the re run during the week
France, Qatar to contest in final round of election for UNESCO top position
Egypt’s candidate was eliminated.
South Korean court extends detention of ex-president Park
Former President Park was taken into custody in March.
South African court upholds ruling reinstating corruption charges against Zuma
It was also not immediately clear if Mr. Zuma would approach the Constitutional Court.
In suspected protest against U.S. ban, Chad withdraws troops fighting Boko Haram
The troops wee fighting in Niger.
Kenyan police use teargas to disperse opposition protesters
Longtime opposition backed out of a rerun.
Chad withdraws troops from fight against Boko Haram in Niger
At its peak in 2016, Chad had 2,000 troops in Niger.
It’s Official: George Weah takes early lead in Liberia’s elections
The results of 1,232 polling units or 22.9 per cent of the total 5,390 polling units across the country were announced.
Liberia general polls get high rating from EU observers
The group says some “issues”, which were not specified, were observed during sorting of ballot papers