The ruling military council and an opposition alliance agree to a three-year transition to civilian rule.
A selection of the week's best photos from across the continent and beyond.
Families of the victims of the Ethiopian Airlines crash want to know why the Boeing 737 Max was allowed to fly.
New Anderlecht player-manager Vincent Kompany turns to DR Congo for reinforcements as he tries to make the club a force in Belgian football again.
Virtual reality app aims to improve the quality of life and care for Africans living with dementia.
Nigeria international striker Brown Ideye hopes to revive his career with Aris Saloniki after signing a one-season contract with the Greek club.
Cameroon legend Samuel Eto'o says a competitive domestic league must be established in his country for the national women's team to progress at major events.
Three people are said to have survived after the vessel sank off the town of Zarzis.
The UN says 500 people still at a detention centre hit by air strikes are vulnerable to new raids.
Archaeologists dive down to underwater tombs to access them for the first time in 100 years.
Liverpool forward Sadio Mane says it is his "absolute dream" to help Senegal win the Africa Cup of Nations for the first time.
The foreign ministry says the relic, expected to fetch $5m (4m), was stolen during the 1970s.
Uganda FA says it promised an extra $6000 per player, "over and above the agreed terms".
Who is Magid Magid and what barriers has he overcome to take his seat at the European Parliament?
Sara-Jayne King struggled to find her place in the world after being taken abroad and given up for adoption.
The aircraft maker says the money is for the education and welfare of communities hit by the disasters.
A Tanzanian receives the longest sentence for the 2015 militant raid which killed 148 people.
Most of those killed in the alleged air strike are believed to be sub-Saharan Africans.
As Uganda become the latest team to become embroiled in a dispute over pay, we explain why this type of row happens so often with African teams.
Zimbabwean Chengetayi ditched the corporate world and now pursues her love of dancing full time.