For many farmers who migrated to the country’s Eastern Highlands, hopes for a better life are turning into a nightmare.
West Africa bloc freezes assets, impose travel bans on Guinea’s coup leaders as it presses for Mali polls in February.
PM Roble says he rejects President Mohamed’s ‘unlawful’ move to suspend his executive powers.
Adnan Abu Walid al-Sahrawi, who was wanted by the US, led the Islamic State in Greater Sahara armed group.
Eritrean soldiers and Ethiopian rebel fighters raped and killed refugees in Ethiopia’s Tigray region, rights group says.
Media workers strongly condemn beating of journalist Patient Ligodi covering protest called by Martin Fayulu.
The ban has hurt Nigerian businesses and drawn widespread condemnation for its damaging effect on freedom of expression.
More publishing options at home and abroad are catapulting the country’s young writers to fame.
Gabonese defence ministry says ‘exceptionally serious acts’ have been reported in recent weeks.
Border disputes and the GERD project are sowing the seeds of conflict between the two states.
Kenya serves as a case study for how the future of the US’s ‘war on terror’ may unfold.
The WHO says it hopes to provide Africa with about 30 percent of the vaccines the continent needs by February.
Al-Shabab armed group claims responsibility for latest attack in Somali capital.