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French officials said that a Pentagon proposal to relocate troops as it focuses on China and Russia could hinder the fight against extremists.
President Emmanuel Macron and five African leaders agreed that French troops would remain in the fight against Islamist militants.
Facing hostility in five former colonies over a stalled fight against extremists, President Emmanuel Macron has taken a harsh public stance. Few expect him to follow through.
Libyan commanders said the cease-fire, first put forward by Turkey and Russia last week, would take effect one minute after midnight on Saturday.
The assault comes amid a “devastating surge” in terrorist attacks in the region.
Some scientists hope genomic technologies will lead to improved antivenom.
As it aims to stem the flow of migrants from Africa and bring about change in a dictatorship, the European Union is spending millions on projects built by people in forced conscription.
Despite a growing sense of stability and optimism, after decades of chaos and violence, Somalia has been unable to curb the threat posed by the terrorist group Al Shabab.
An official in Kenya said the strike, which the terrorist group characterized as a dawn raid, had been repulsed.
Seven students were among those killed when a bus carrying students ran over a roadside bomb in an area where groups linked to terrorists are active.
Several officers and a World Food Program employee were among those who died when the Russian aircraft went down shortly after takeoff.
The police said they were investigating the video, which showed a group of men swarming around a woman, grabbing at her as she screamed.
Giving the vaccine intravenously to monkeys provided 90% protection against tuberculosis. More testing is needed before humans can be inoculated that way.
Isabel dos Santos, called Africa’s richest woman, is one of three people accused of causing the state losses of more than $1 billion.
An expected withdrawal of military forces would lead the C.I.A. and other agencies to reduce their presence, leaving some officials and experts fearful of a gap in stopping terrorist threats.
The ruling came just weeks after Omar al-Bashir, the ousted president, was convicted of money laundering and corruption.
Wives are shocking their traditional West African villages by earning money and running large households while their husbands are in Europe seeking jobs.
The group suspected in a weekend attack that killed 79 people has lost territory, suffered defections and been targeted by United States airstrikes. But it can still mount large attacks.