Two women killed in Egypt Red Sea shark attacks
Two women were killed in shark attacks in Egypt's Red Sea, south of the city of Hurghada, the Egyptian Ministry of Environment said on Sunday.
Protesters storm Libya's eastern parliament building in Tobruk, local media reports
Hundreds of people stormed Libya's eastern parliament building in the port city of Tobruk on Friday, according to local media reports, the latest...
Eight killed in Sudan as protesters rally on uprising anniversary
At least eight protesters were shot dead in Sudan on Thursday, medics said, as large crowds took to the streets despite heavy security and a...
A pair of orcas are targeting great white sharks off South Africa's coast
A pair of orcas have driven great white sharks away from a stretch of South African coast after killing five sharks over just a few months in 2017,...
Germany to return stolen Ngonnso' statue to Cameroon
Germany will return a goddess statue that was stolen from Cameroon 120 years ago, the Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation said on Monday, part of...
Four still in critical condition after South Africa tavern tragedy, authorities say
Four people in South Africa's East London town remain in critical condition after attending a party that turned tragic. The Eastern Cape Premier's...
South African police probe 17 deaths at East London tavern
South African authorities were on Sunday investigating the deaths of at least 17 people at a tavern in East London.
Prince Charles says 'time has come' to confront legacy of slavery
Better late than never. That was the general reaction to Prince Charles' opening speech at the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting in Kigali...
A woman's brutal killing shocks the Arab world
The brutal killing of a young woman in broad daylight on an Egyptian street has shocked the Arab world, bringing the country's gender-based...
Nigerian senator and wife charged with plotting to get child to UK to harvest organs
A Nigerian senator and his wife were remanded in custody in London on Thursday charged with plotting to have a 15-year-old boy brought into the...
Paul Kagame is seen by some as a liberator. But critics say Rwanda is only safe for those who toe the line
For decades, Paul Kagame has ruled Rwanda with an iron fist in the mold of the archetypal strongman African leader.
Prince Charles meets genocide survivors in Rwanda
The altar of Nyamata Church is draped with a bloodstained cloth. Its pews are gone; in their place stand rows and rows of clothing and personal...