Senegal's new airport faces 24-hour strike by workers

Dec 15, 2017

Senegal's new airport faces 24-hour strike by air traffic controllers, stranding travelers

7 dead in Kenya school shooting in suspected revenge attack

Oct 14, 2017

7 dead in Kenya shooting in suspected revenge attack; police say angry crowd kills suspect

Egypt's UNESCO candidate not qualified, says rights lawyer

Oct 8, 2017

A top Egyptian rights lawyer says the country's candidate for UNESCO's top job is not qualified for the post because of her silence and "sometimes complicity" in the government's repressive policies

Egypt acknowledges secret arrest of rights lawyer

Sep 13, 2017

Egypt has acknowledged the detention of a human rights lawyer who went missing on his way to a U.N. conference on forced disappearances, accusing him of disseminating fake news

Congo conflict, weak education leave millions out of school

Sep 11, 2017

More than 7.4 million children are out of school in Congo, among whom are children forced to flee recurring conflicts in various regions, the Norwegian Refugee Council said Monday

7 girls killed in Kenya dormitory fire, official says

Sep 2, 2017

7 girls killed in Kenya dormitory fire, education minister says

Scores of Egypt public figures defend convicted library head

Aug 9, 2017

Scores of Egyptian officials, former ministers sign statement in support of convicted Library of Alexandria chief

Suicide bomber explodes in military academy, killing 5

Apr 10, 2017

A Somali military officer says a suicide bomber blew himself up at a military academy west of Somalia's capital, killing at least five soldiers

Egypt professor faces possible dismissal over dancing video

Apr 6, 2017

An Egyptian professor could face dismissal over a video posted on Facebook showing her belly dancing on her rooftop, which sparked an investigation by her college in the Red Sea port city of Suez

Police kill at least 1 student demonstrator in Sierra Leone

Mar 23, 2017

Amnesty International says Sierra Leone security forces have killed at least one person and injured two others after opening fire on students demonstrating in the city of Bo

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