The Egyptian health ministry’s sources announced on Tuesday night that at least 46 people have died from the COVID-19 disease in this country.
A homemade bomb killed three paramilitary gendarmes and wounded three more Sunday in northwest Burkina Faso, security sources said.
Fifty-seven million South Africans told to stay home during an unprecedented three-week total lockdown due to coronavirus outbreak resulting in 2 recorded deaths.
Egyptian sources reported Thursday a terrorist attack on a checkpoint station in the west of Rafah in Northern Sinai province.
A pipeline explosion on Sunday killed at least 15 people and destroyed about 50 buildings after a fire broke out in a suburb of Lagos, Nigeria’s commercial capital, emergency services said.
Libya’s Tripoli-based Government of National Accord has declared a state of emergency over the coronavirus and will close all air and seaports from Monday, Prime Minister Fayez al-Serraj said on Saturday.
Nearly 20 people have been killed in some of the worst storms to hit Egypt in decades, the country’s prime minister said in a statement on Friday.
Iran's envoy to Kenya, Dr. Jafar Barmaki, Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran to Kenya, presented his credentials to the Director-General of the United Nations Office, Ms. Zeinab Hawa Bangura.
Sudan’s state media says the prime minister has survived an assassination attempt after a blast in the capital Khartoum.
Four soldiers and at least 13 militia gunmen dead, five army soldiers were also wounded during clashes in eastern DR Congo.