[VOA] Central Africa Republic is observing three days of official mourning for the victims of Tuesday’s massacre, which left more than 50 people dead in a town near the border with Chad.
[The Patriot] The spirited campaign by some conservationists against the Government of Botswana regarding the proposed lifting of the hunting ban seems to be bearing positive results for the Botswana tourism.
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Yaounde – People fleeing war, natural disasters or violence within their own countries could be costing countries a combined $13 billion a year, a new study released on Wednesday revealed.
[VOA] Kenyan health officials say unsafe abortions are common in the east African nation with nearly half a million in one recent year.
[News24Wire] The police say self-proclaimed prophet Shepherd Bushiri was allowed to leave court in a police nyala as a security measure.
CHRISTIAN PILGRIMS are not often seen in the Arabian peninsula, where Islam was born. But they are flocking to one of its emirates, Abu Dhabi, for its first papal mass on February 5th.
[New Times] Tributes from East Africa and beyond have continued to pour in following the chilling murder of Rwanda’s top model Alexia Uwera Mupende on Tuesday evening with many recalling her calm and jolly personality.
[Vanguard] As Christians all over the world celebrate Christmas, Delta State Governor, Dr Ifeanyi Okowa has called on the people to reconcile themselves with God and their neighbours.
[Premium Times] President Muhammadu Buhari has warned against politicising religion, saying Christians and Muslims in Nigeria can flourish together.
[News24Wire] Religious leaders say they cannot apologise enough for terrible things that have been happening in churches in the name of religion.