At least 28 people are dead and others wounded in the capital, Tripoli, officials say.
Amateur side JS Saint-Pierroise - from the island of Reunion - travel 6,000 miles to cause a French Cup upset by knocking out second-tier Niort.
The bus, which was carrying students back to university, reportedly drove over a bomb.
Ghana's FA says it removed all its national team coaches 'in line with the vision' of the GFA's new administration and is now 'evaluating the situation.'
Yoweri Museveni will spend six days retracing the route he took when he seized power in 1986.
Suspected Boko Haram militants disguised as traders kill at least 50 people, an official says.
South African photojournalist Shiraaz Mohamed was kidnapped in 2017 while working for a charity.
Wolverhampton Wanderers' winger Adama Traore says he is still open to playing internationally for either Spain or Mali.
Jummai Karofi's three children are still missing after a crackdown by Nigeria's military in 2015.
Sweeping changes see the departure of Black Stars boss Kwesi Appiah and all national coaches - men's and women's.
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Zambia is wrestling with a devastating drought caused, according to experts, by a dramatic shift in weather patterns.
Leaders Liverpool beat Sheffield United to become only the third team in Premier League history to go unbeaten for a full calendar year.
At least 18 people are killed as a military plane crashes after take-off in West Darfur.
Libya's UN-backed government had asked Turkey for military assistance as the civil conflict worsens.
Mogadishu resident took part in a government-led protest against militant group al-Shabab.
The gunmen who targeted the bus, travelling close to the Somali border, have not been identified.
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Mikel Arteta earns his first win as Arsenal boss as the Gunners produce a powerful first-half performance to beat a lacklustre Manchester United.
Umaro Cissoko Embalo has pledged to resolve political tensions in the coup-prone West African country.