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Tunisia is considered a rare success story of the Arab Spring uprisings that began in the North African country in 2011 and spread across the region, toppling autocrats.
'The car bomb is now being dismantled by explosives experts.'
The stocks, including 23 tanks of chemicals, were shipped out on a Danish vessel on August 30, 2016, from the Libyan port of Misrata, under the supervision of the United Nations.
Tens of thousands of people, many of them dressed in black, gathered in Ibrahim Babangida Square in the Benue state capital, Makurdi, for the ceremony before a mass burial.
Magura Charumbira died in a crash, when a car he was travelling in rammed into the back of a stationary haulage truck trailer along the Bulawayo-Harare highway near Norton.
Former cabinet minister Jonathan Moyo said Zimbabwe's new President Emmerson Mnangagwa stole power and was leading an "illegal regime".
Foreign Foreign Minister Agapito Mba Mokuy said his country has now pulled out of a new scheme to allow visa-free travel between six Africa countries.
The protests spiralled after the government hiked prices of staple goods and introduced new taxes at the beginning of the year.
Seventeen people died after a house crumbled following a mudslide in the Ivory suburb southeast of Antananarivo.
They are hoping to unseat President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, who has not yet said if he will seek a second five-year term, though he is widely expected to do so.
Foreign adoptions in Ethiopia have been banned. Celebrities such as Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are among those who have adopted children from the east African nation.
Chief observer Marietje Schaake said the EU mission was scheduled to present its final report to the government and other groups in Kenya this week.
The North African country has been hailed for its relatively smooth democratic transition since its 2011 uprising
It has been seven years since president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali was toppled in a revolt that sparked a wave of uprisings in the region.
The latest clash violates a 24 December ceasefire aimed at ending the five-year civil war.
Activists, politicians and the public have denounced hikes in value-added tax and social contributions.
Libyan coastguard vessels picked up about 300 migrants from three boats off the coast of the North African country on Tuesday.
Soldiers patrolling the town of Gamboru opened fire after the two girls, strapped with explosives, refused to remove the vests in the early hours of the morning.
It remains unclear if the 45 million Congolese voters who registered in 2017 will finally get to choose a new president, deputies and elected representatives in December, 2018.
The violence between Christian Bachama farmers and Muslim Fulani herders happened in the Lau district of Taraba state on Friday and Saturday.
The fatalities followed torrential rain, wreaking havoc on flimsy homes which were flattened by mudslides.
Tropical cyclone Ava tore through Madagascar last week. Madagascar, one of the world's poorest countries, is regularly hit by cyclones.
A long-standing pillar of the regime, the new president had promised to distance himself from the dos Santos clan during his successful campaign ahead of the August 23 poll.
In March 2017 a group of civilians, including political dissidents, were released in connection with the purported coup after being given a "partial dismissal" by a judge.
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