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KANO Gunmen believed to be cattle rustlers have killed 36 miners in northern Nigeria, the government and residents said on Tuesday, the latest in a...

ABUJA Nigeria has filed money laundering and fraud charges against a supreme court judge as part of a wider crackdown on endemic corruption in Africa’s...

ABUJA The 21 Chibok school-girls freed by Boko Haram militants last month say they were not abused or raped during two-and-a-half years’ captivity in northeast...

MUSCAT The Sultanate and Qatar signed the minutes of the security cooperation agreement at the Foreign Ministry on Monday. The minutes was signed on behalf of...

BEIRUT Lebanon’s Michel Aoun, a former general backed by the powerful Hezbollah movement as well as longtime rivals, was elected president on Monday ending a...

BARTALLA (Iraq) Iraqi special forces neared the eastern city limits of Mosul on Monday, tightening the noose as the offensive to retake the Daish group...

CAIRO Egypt on Sunday commemorated the first anniversary of the Metrojet Russian airliner crash in the Sinai that killed all 224 people on board. The aviation...

CAIRO A year after radicals bombed a Russian plane carrying holidaymakers in Egypt, tourism shows little sign of recovery in the Arab country grappling with...

QAYYARA (Iraq) Iraqi army troops on Saturday stormed into a Christian region that has been under Daish control since 2014 as part of US-backed operations...

TRIPOLI Libya’s UN-backed unity government suffered a blow in its Tripoli base late on Friday when a rival seized key offices in the capital and...