The agreement promises an end to the standoff that has paralyzed the African country since the ouster of President Omar Hassan al-Bashir in April.
Wednesday brought two fatal tragedies to African migrants seeking refuge in Europe, killing at least 130.
The West African country of Benin has prided itself on its robust democracy. But the increasingly autocratic grip of its president is threatening that.
The killing of an 18-year-old black man set off demonstrations that have paralyzed main roads and turned violent. Israeli leaders called for calm.
The denial came after a Democratic senator warned that the United States could halt arms sales to the United Arab Emirates if the law was broken.
The mosquito-transmitted virus, which can cause severe birth defects, faded after 2016, but it’s still circulating and has now spread to other countries.
Nearly a week after Fatou Jallow, a Gambian beauty queen, went public with allegations of rape, the party of former president Yahya Jammeh defended him as a “pious leader.”
New data leave little doubt that the illegal ivory trade has reached the country, scientists say.
Despite an internet ban and threats of violence, protesters massed in a quest for civilian rule, regaining momentum after scores of deaths.
Many Afrikaners are spurning a once-cherished restaurant chain to protest its banning of a white man. The boycott has drawn “an eye roll” among many black South Africans.
Capt. Carola Rackete, an outlaw to some and a heroine to others, was seized after her ship, the Sea Watch 3, docked in Lampedusa and 42 migrants disembarked.
The powerful American missiles had fallen into the hands of rebels fighting a U.S.-backed government. The U.S. appears to have sold the missiles to the U.A.E.
Paintings by Lynette Yiadom-Boakye and Marlene Dumas bring in double their estimates, as do others at Christie’s and Sotheby’s.
Twin bombings in the capital, Tunis, hit a security patrol and a police station, injuring other several police officers and passers-by, officials said.
The justice minister called a former beauty queen “brave” after she disclosed rape accusations against former President Yahya Jammeh.
Prague. Hong Kong. Algeria. Citizens find more to object to just as they feel increasingly entitled to object.
Victims of the ex-President of Gambia, Yahya Jammeh, are coming forward to describe abuses during his brutal, 22-year regime. Will he face justice?
Gen. Asamnew Tsige had been accused of plotting the shooting of five political and military figures in an effort to seize power in the region of Amhara.
Gen. Seare Mekonnen was shot dead, state news media said on Sunday, a day after Prime Minister Ahmed Abiy announced the authorities had foiled a coup in a northern state.