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Fourteen peacekeepers were killed and 53 wounded in an ambush by several hundred militiamen, whose weaponry included rocket-propelled grenades.
Tunisia has been in economic crisis since a popular uprising in 2011 ousted autocrat Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali.
Army commander's retirment announced, paving his way to become vice-president.
Mohamad Eshtewi was reportedly kidnapped after leaving the airport in the western coastal city late on Sunday.
The latest bout of violence highlights increasing instability in a province racked by bloody protests in 2015 and 2016.
Africa's most populous nation has a new crop of writers whose work is a far cry from the post-colonial era of their esteemed predecessors.
Jean-Pierre Lacroix on Friday visited the city of Goma to see around 30 peacekeepers wounded in the attack on their base in North Kivu province on December 7.
Despite that deal, Libya has remained divided between the GNA government in Tripoli led by Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj and a rival administration backed by Haftar in the east.
The two men, who were working for the National Geographic channel, were stabbed while shopping in a market popular with tourists
Guinea-Bissau has been plagued by military coups and instability since its independence from Portugal in 1974.
The field operated by the Italian ENI company is estimated to hold 850 billion cubic metres of gas.
Survivors have reported eye problems, joint and muscle pain, headaches, and stomach pain months after being declared infection-free, according to a study released in January.
Zanu-PF politician Simbarashe Mumbengegwi made the comment at the ANC’s 54th elective conference.
Polio is a highly-infectious viral disease which mainly affects young children and can result in permanent paralysis.
Zimbabwe's new president took office last month after former president Robert Mugabe was forced to quit.
They are among a small number of Senegalese who have turned away from the allure of migration and instead are part of a new generation of farmers at home.
Mnangagwa took power after Robert Mugabe’s resignation last month.
The convoy was travelling to the town of Konduga in Borno state when the lead vehicle drove over the buried mine.
The accident happened at Bulambika, on the highway linking Bukavu and Kisangani, in the northeast district of Bunyakiri.
Lubanga was also found personally liable for the compensation due to his victims, who at the time of the crimes in 2002-2003 were all under 15, with some as young as 11.
Mnangagwa took office after the military forced Mugabe to resign, ending a 37-year reign marked by brutal repression and economic collapse.
Seated on a breeze-block, Amara was unable to stand up on legs that bore the scars of eight months of being locked up and tortured.
The wave of demonstrations has seen calls for the introduction of a maximum two-term presidential mandate and two-round voting system.
His lawyer Emmanuel Simh confirmed his client was jailed at the capital Yaounde's central prison ahead of his first hearing at the Yaounde administrative centre.
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