[Nation] Somali President Mohamed Farmaajo last evening agreed to Kenya’s invitation to visit Nairobi, signalling the calming of tensions that rose last week on Monday.
[The New Humanitarian] Rome -’Everyone is facing danger. Refugees and Libyans.’
[Daily Trust] Ten days ago on Friday, January 31, the Trump administration added Nigeria to the list of countries whose citizens are affected by an immigration ban to the US.
THE MOST popular candidate in Algeria’s presidential election might be a rubbish bag. On December 12th Algerians will choose a successor to Abdelaziz Bouteflika, who stepped down in April after 20 years of dictatorial rule
[Nation] Mombasa tycoon Ali Punjani, who is being sought by police over drug trafficking, is admitted to Asian Heart Institute in India where he underwent open-heart surgery last week, his personal assistant Kakawat Pankaj says.
[HRW] “Crisis” is a word often used over the last six years to describe the situation in the Central African Republic.
[Leadership] In a move to halt further threat to Nigeria-Ghana relations, the Comptroller General of Ghana Immigration Service, Kwame Asuah Takyi, has paid a reconciliatory visit to his Nigerian counterpart, Muhammad Babandede, to discuss the way forward.
PASSENGERS WAITING on the platform had only seconds to run before they were engulfed in flames. On February 27th a train hurtled into Cairo’s main station, crashed into a barrier and exploded. Twenty-two people died
[CPJ] Washington, D.C. -The Committee to Protect Journalists condemns yesterday’s detention and expulsion of New York Times correspondent David D
[Deutsche Welle] Rights groups are demanding an investigation into the death of activist Caroline Mwatha a week after her disappearance.