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19 September 2018 11:19

Libya Rivals Clash South of capital, Causing Blackouts New clashes flared between rival militias south of Libya’s capital Tripoli on Tuesday, causing widespread power outages, the national electricity firm said. The fighting underscored the fragility of a United Nations-backed ceasefire reached earlier this month after days of deadly violence between armed groups in the capital, beset by turmoil since the fall of...

18 September 2018 16:47

  Nigeria has declared a national disaster after severe flooding left about 100 people dead across 10 states, the country’s main relief agency said on Tuesday. Heavy seasonal rains have caused the Niger and Benue rivers to burst their banks, inundating communities and farms and trapping tens of thousands of people in their homes. “We have declared a national disaster in four states —...

18 September 2018 8:26

  Floods across 10 states of Nigeria have killed 100 people, a spokesman for the country's emergency and disasters agency said on Monday, September 17. Residents steer a dugout canoe past flooded houses following heavy rain in the Nigerian town of Lokoja, in Kogi State, on September 14, 2018. (AFP)   Heavy rains in recent days have resulted in a national disaster in four...

13 September 2018 12:08

  South Sudan's President Salva Kiir signed a peace agreement with rebel factions in the Ethiopian capital on Wednesday to end a civil war that has killed at least 50,000 people, displaced two million and held up the country's progress since it gained independence seven years ago. South Sudan plunged into warfare two years after independence from Sudan in 2011 when a...

11 September 2018 16:32

The leaders of Ethiopia and Eritrea have reopened border crossing points and celebrated the Ethiopian New Year together on their shared frontier, where a fierce war had taken place two decades ago. Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki and Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ali “officially opened the Debay Sima-Burre border point between the two countries for road transport connectivity,” Eritrea’s Information Minister...

11 September 2018 14:59

More than 100 refugees perished in boat incidents off Libya’s coastline early this month, and the survivors — including pregnant women, babies, and severely-burned people — were taken into detention in Libya, aid group Doctors Without Borders (MSF) says. The group quoted survivors in a Monday statement as saying that two vessels had begun sailing from a Libyan coast on September...

11 September 2018 14:53

The leaders of Ethiopia and Eritrea have reopened border crossing points and celebrated the Ethiopian New Year together on their shared frontier, where a fierce war had taken place two decades ago. Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki and Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ali “officially opened the Debay Sima-Burre border point between the two countries for road transport connectivity,” Eritrea’s Information Minister...

10 September 2018 13:46

  An explosive-laden car has rammed into a local government building in Somalia’s capital, Mogadishu, leaving at least six people dead, according to the country’s police and ambulance service. “A suicide car bomb rammed into the office of Hodan district of Mogadishu. There are casualties but so far we do not have a figure,” Major Mohamed Nur of the area’s police department said...

10 September 2018 13:42

  Unknown gunmen have attacked the headquarters of Libya’s national oil company in the capital, Tripoli, reportedly taking a number of people hostage. Blasts and gunfire could be heard as a security force allied to Libya’s Tripoli-based government arrived at the building of the National Oil Corporation (NOC), located in the center of the capital, on Monday. NOC chairman Mustafa Sanallah was safely...

10 September 2018 9:51

Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir has dissolved the government and appointed a new prime minister in a move aimed at fixing the country’s ailing economy. President Bashir on Sunday appointed Moataz Moussa — who had been serving as minister of water resources, irrigation, and electricity — as Sudan’s new prime minister, replacing Bakri Hassan Saleh. Saleh, who was serving as both prime minister...

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