Somalia's president said Thursday that he had withdrawn the prime minister's executive powers, the latest twist in a dispute that has plunged the country into a deep political crisis.
One million Nigerian children will likely be kept away from school due to the threat of violence after a series of mass kidnappings and attacks on students this year, the UN said on Wednesday.
Haiti's government is beginning to collapse as Prime Minister Ariel Henry faces increased scrutiny from authorities investigating the president's assassination, and Henry fired the justice minister on Wednesday night, just hours after…
French President Emmanuel Macron said early Thursday that French troops had "neutralized" Adnan Abou Walid al Sahraoui, leader of the jihadist group Islamic State in the Greater Sahara.
Lionel Messi made his first start at Paris Saint-Germain in a 1-1 draw at Club Brugge in the Champions League on Wednesday, while last season's runners-up Manchester City and Liverpool won high-scoring thrillers.
In this edition, hundreds of Gabonese blue helmets will be removed from the Central African Republic following the latest allegations of sexual abuse. Gabon says the latest accusation is exceptionally serious.
Judges at the International Criminal Court on Wednesday gave the green light for a full investigation into crimes against humanity during the Philippines' so-called "war on drugs."
In this issue: Guinea's opposition leaders say they support the overthrow of President Alpha Condé by the military…
The United Nations has decided to withdraw some 450 Gabonese peacekeepers from the Central African Republic (CAR) over allegations of sexual abuse, the Gabonese Defense Ministry announced on Wednesday.