The Nigerian Air Force said it has killed more than 70 Daesh-affiliated terrorists in the north of the country, at the border with Niger, in air raid.
Nigeria army says 70 ‘terrorists’ killed in air raid
Somalia inaugurated 290 new lawmakers, bringing the country a step closer to completing a prolonged electoral process marred by alleged corruption and irregularities.
Somalia swears in lawmakers, paving way for presidential vote
Britain announced a deal with Rwanda on Thursday to send some asylum-seekers thousands of miles to the East African country — a plan it said would stop people-smugglers sending desperate migrants on treacherous journeys across the English Channel.
U.K. plan to fly asylum-seekers to Rwanda draws outrage
Gunmen killed 24 people in two attacks in Nigeria's central Benue state, its governor said Wednesday, as violence caused by heavily armed criminal gangs intensifies across the region.
Gunmen kill 24 in central Nigeria: Local gov’t
Ivory Coast Prime Minister Patrick Achi tabled his resignation and that of his government on Wednesday as President Alassane Ouattara plans to slim down the size of the cabinet, Ouattara said on Wednesday.
Ivory Coast prime minister, government resign
Millions of people in Somalia are at risk of famine, with young children the most vulnerable to the worsening drought in the troubled Horn of Africa nation, UN agencies warned on Tuesday.
Millions of Somalis at risk of famine: UN agencies
Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said on Tuesday Iran is determined to strengthen ties with African countries, including Burkina Faso.
Iran determined to boost ties with African countries

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