Nur Farah, Somalia’s Auditor General, was fired on Thursday May 4, after it was reported that members of his bodyguard shot the country’s Public...
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The world is letting 7 million people in Yemen “be engulfed by unprecedented famine” – NRC’s Jan Egeland
Norwegian Refugee Council Secretary-General Jan Egeland said that seven million people in Yemen are at risk of a man-made famine.
Pope Francis will meet dignitaries including President Sisi and the leader of the Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria, Pope Tawadros II at the end of April
Boko Haram seeks to turn more girls into suicide bombers as world struggles to address West Africa crisis
Boko Haram is growing more desperate. Losing on the battlefield, the militant group seeks to turn abducted children into weapons to spread fear
Casualties are reported following an attack at a security checkpoint near St. Catherine's monastery in Egypt's South Sinai.
Egypt's Cabinet on Monday approved President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi's three-month state of emergency following two deadly bombings at Coptic churches on Sunday.
At least 16 people were killed and about 41 injured after an explosion on Palm Sunday at St Mark's Cathedral in Alexandria, Egypt
At least 25 people were killed and 78 injured in Egypt after an explosion in a church during Palm Sunday service.
Somalia's Minister of Information said car bomb exploded outside a restaurant in Mogadishu killing at least six people and injuring at least ten others.
The Gambia’s former President Yahya Jammeh, who was ousted during the December 2016 elections, following over two decades in power, decided to step down...