Nigeria: Protesters enter the court as the presidential election result is being legally challenged
Protesters gathered outside the appeal court in Nigeria's capital, Abuja, to express their disconten
Under siege, a maternity facility in Sudan struggles to preserve lives.
Esraa Hesbalrasoul took her preterm twins from an incubator and fled in a panic when a maternity fac
A journalist is shot and killed in northwest Cameroon.
Late on Sunday, a journalist was shot and killed in Cameroon's volatile northwest. The deceased
Sudan: A dreadful number of youngsters are killed, according to the UN
The United Nations has issued a warning about the high number of children dying in the Sudan conflic
Bodyguard fatally shoots and kills Ugandan minister
According to the army and local media, a bodyguard assassinated a government official in Uganda earl
Wars in Sudan will cease for seven days starting on May 4.
The foreign ministry in Juba announced on Tuesday that the warring parties in Sudan had agreed to a
Anti-government protestors and Kenyan police engage in combat.
Tuesday, a group of opposition MPs attempted to visit the president's office in Nairobi. Kenyan poli
The World Food Program resumes its activities in Sudan.
The United Nations' World Food Programme announced that it would promptly end the suspension of its
Numerous Nigerian students are still stuck in the war-torn Sudan.
More than 500 people have died in combat between two opposing generals in the conflict-torn Sudan, w
33 troops were slain in a new, deadly attack in Burkina.
A military post in eastern Burkina Faso was attacked extensively by suspected jihadists, who killed
Concerns about food and security are growing as Sudan's tenuous cease-fire endures.
The conflict in Sudan has affected the free movement of products, which has resulted in a shortage o
The newly appointed UN representative for Haiti issues an "alarming" warning about the rise in violence.
The number of criminal occurrences has more than doubled since last year, according to Maria Isabel
Government: Ghanaians in Sudan would be moved to Ethiopia.
The government of Ghana has said that preparations are being made to evacuate its citizens from Suda
Nations rush to pull out ambassadors and citizens from Sudan
Numerous foreign citizens and embassy staff have been evacuated by road, air, and sea from Sudan due
DRC: The UN reports over 150 fatalities in Ituri in the past two weeks.
According to the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), killings have contin
Khartoum hospitals are closed because of the continuous conflict
Violence between Sudan's two senior generals has erupted, causing havoc in Khartoum's hospitals.Sinc
African Union leader set to visit Sudan as war intensifies
According to a statement released by the African Union (AU) on Sunday, Moussa Faki Mahamat, the chai
The number of people killed in fighting in Sudan is rising.
Violent clashes between two Sudanese generals, Abdel Fattah al-Burhane and Mohamed Hamdane Daglo, ha
In Sudan Unrest, Gunfire Hits Saudi Arabian Plane
Prior to its scheduled departure for Riyadh, the Airbus A330 headed for Saudi Arabia "was exposed to
The regular army and paramilitaries engage in combat in the capital of Sudan
Sudan's capital, Khartoum, has been rocked by explosions and gunfire today, as the army and paramili
Brave Afghan women protest for their rights on Kabul streets while surrounded by Taliban fighters
Brave Afghan women protest for their rights on Kabul streets while surrounded by Taliban fightersEve
Thereâ€™s nothing neutral about engaging with Myanmarâ€™s military
Myanmarâ€™s people have clearly and universally rejected the coup and the military junta. Will
Guns wonâ€™t win the war
After anÂ ambushÂ killed four US special forces and five local soldiers in Tongo Tongo, a villag
Coronavirus crisis in Myanmar, media restrictions in Nigeria, and a bombing in Baghdad: The Cheat Sheet
Myanmarâ€™s unfolding COVID-19 disasterSkyrocketing deaths, a shattered healthcare system, and
Despite COVID-19 setbacks, displaced Kachin women keep their families afloat
Uprooted for nearly a decade, women in displacement camps in Myanmarâ€™s Kachin State are findi