A vast crowd rallied in Algiers on Friday 6 December before a contentious presidential election as five of the candidates participated in the country's first-ever televised election debate.
UN deploys troops to South Sudan as communal clashes kill 80 people and the UN special envoy urges communities to end violence.
Drones operated by the United Arab Emirates which supports Libyan rebel commander Khalifa Haftar, struck a house in the town of 'Umm Al Aranib', killing nine children and two women.
At Least 14 people have been killed in an attack on a Protestant church in eastern Burkina Faso on Sunday morning.
Namibia’s Electoral Commission of Namibia (ECN) announced that President Hage Geingob, who is from the incumbent party, won the 2019 Namibian presidential election for a second and final term with 56.3% of the vote.
Sudan’s new authorities ordered to dissolve the party of former President Omar al-Bashir and confiscating the party's funds and properties.
Amnesty International has said that Egypt government uses prosecution branch to crush dissent.
Thirteen French troops were killed in a midair collision between two helicopters in Mali on Monday night.
The death toll from landslides in northwestern Kenya triggered on Saturday by unusually heavy rains has risen to at least 56 people.
All five candidates for the Algeria presidential election rejected foreign attempts aiming to interfere in Algeria's internal affairs, urging the people to mobilize and participate strongly in the upcoming elections on 12 December.