Eight Egyptian policemen were killed and three others wounded in an attack by gunmen Monday on a checkpoint in the country's western desert, the Interior Ministry said.
A former Congolese rebel movement that surrendered in 2013 is planning new attacks in the country, local broadcaster Radio Okapi reported on Sunday quoting a senior official.
Ivory Coast's government has reached an agreement with soldiers who mutinied over pay just over a week ago, the government and representatives for the soldiers said on Saturday.
A bomb thrown into a hotel in Ethiopia's restive northern Amhara region has killed a government employee and injured 19 other people, a spokesman for the regional authorities said Wednesday.
Nearly 100,000 Turkish civil servants have been dismissed amid a widespread crackdown in the wake of a failed military coup in July, the country's Labour Minister said on Tuesday.
Six security personnel were killed Monday in a suicide car bomb attack on their checkpoint in Egypt's volatile Sinai Peninsula, according to a security official.
The situation in Ivory Coast seemed to be calm on Sunday, according to eyewitness reports, after a late-night pledge by President Alassane Ouattara to pay soldiers arrears they were due ended a...
An army mutiny in Ivory Coast has spread to the country's commercial capital, Abidjan, where witnesses reported gunfire on Saturday.
Turks living abroad who are suspected of crimes against the state can have their citizenship revoked in some cases, according to new procedures created under the country's state of emergency.
Soldiers protesting over pay on Friday brought two Ivory Coast cities to a standstill, attacking police stations and blocking roads, witnesses and news reports said.
Nine more pro-Kurdish politicians from Turkey's Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) were arrested on suspicion of membership in a terrorist organization, Turkish media reported on Thursday.
About 43 people have been killed in fighting between a local militia and security forces in central Congo, Red Cross sources said Wednesday.
Ethiopia has released 10,000 people from prisons in its restive Oromia region, the state broadcaster EBC reported Wednesday.
The state of emergency imposed in Turkey after July's attempted coup will be extended until April 19 after the country's parliament signed off on a government proposal late Tuesday.
Several convicted terrorists escaped a prison in Bahrain on Sunday after an armed attack in which one policeman was killed, the Interior Ministry said.