15:24 [Press TV] (E)
Fierce clashes have erupted for the second consecutive day between Nigerian police and hundreds of Shia protesters demanding the release of top Shia cleric Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky.
2:31 [Sputnik news] (F)
Désormais, l’armée de l’air algérienne possède le système russe Polyana D4M1, qui lui permet d’intégrer «le club fermé des pays» ayant une défense aérienne intégrée, selon une vidéo publiée par le site d’information militaire Menadefense.
14:43 [Press TV] (E)
Recent tensions have escalated between the United Arab Emirates and Somalia over Emirati relations with a breakaway Somali region, with a flight carrying Emirati military trainers held for hours at an airport in Somalia.
6:51 [Press TV] (E)
Tensions have been escalating between Somalia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) after Mogadishu abandoned a military deal with Abu Dhabi and seized millions of dollars from an Emirati plane.
2:52 [Press TV] (E)
Egyptian authorities have decided to court-martial former anti-graft chief Hisham Genena, two months after he was beaten up and arrested as a member of a short-lived campaign for a potential presidential candidate.
22:48 [Press TV] (E)
Protesters have laid the corpses of at least 16 people in front of the United Nations mission in the Central African Republic, saying they were killed in clashes between UN troops and armed groups in the country, according to witnesses.
15:43 [Xinhua] (E)
Sudan and Kenya on Monday expressed keenness to enhance bilateral ties, particularly in the economic field.
17:56 [Pars Today] (F)
A la suite de deux incidents survenus mardi 3 avril, le gouvernement de Djibouti a ordonné, le jeudi 5 avril, que « les avions militaires américains soient cloués au sol », selon le commandant Bill Urban, un porte-parole de la 5e Flotte de la marine américaine. Il a ajouté que cet exercice militaire amphibie avait été annulé « pour des raisons de sécurité ».
16:05 [Xinhua] (E)
The corruption case against former South African President Jacob Zuma has been postponed to June 8, the Durban High Court announced on Friday.
15:39 [Xinhua] (E)
Twenty-one bandits were confirmed killed following a gunfight with troops in Nigeria`s northwestern state of Zamfara, an army spokesman said Thursday.
2:17 [Dernière Minute d`Algérie] (F)
Sans un soutien politique et de l’opinion publique, il sera difficile de mettre en œuvre les réformes nécessaires, mais parfois difficiles, qui sont cruciales pour la préparation et des services armés pour le nouveau siècle.
12:52 [Dtube/lukewearechange] (E)
We are Change made a new video from Mogadischu
12:07 [Press TV] (E)
At least six militants and two Egyptian soldiers have been killed during a sweeping operation against the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group in the Sinai Peninsula.
11:46 [Sputnik news] (F)
Le colonel Kadhafi avait-il financé la campagne de Nicolas Sarkozy, où est passé son argent et quels pays lui ont proposé leur aide – c’est avec ces questions que Sputnik s’est adressé à l’interprète officiel de l’ex-dirigeant libyen.
0:50 [Sputnik news] (F)
Le Maroc et la Chine créent un conseil d’affaires conjoint de la route de la soie. L’accord d’entente actant la naissance de cette institution a été signé entre les deux parties le 27 mars, à Casablanca.
21:55 [Press TV] (E)
Sierra Leone`s electoral staff prepared polling stations in Freetown early on Saturday morning as voters queued for a presidential run-off which was delayed by claims of electoral fraud.
11:11 [Algérie patriotique] (F)
Dans cette interview qu’il a accordée en exclusivité à Algeriepatriotique, le petit-fils de Nelson Mandela, Mandla Mandela, qui visite l’Algérie pour la première fois, évoque le passé révolutionnaire de son grand-père et l’amour que ce dernier a toujours porté dans son cœur pour l’Algérie. Il appelle les pays africains à s’unir et à œuvrer pour que le dernier pays africain colonisé, le Sahara Occidental, recouvre enfin son indépendance.
10:47 [Voltaire Net] (E)
Seven years after NATO’s military intervention against Libya, all observers agree that it was based on a pack of lies and violated the mandate of the Security Council. Although the Western powers are now prepared to recognise that the population of Libya was the richest in Africa, and that its standard of living collapsed, provoking a massive exile, they are not yet aware that Mouamar Kadhafi had eliminated slavery and racism in his country. By destroying the State, NATO deliberately opened the gates of Hell.
10:26 [Press TV] (E)
Ethiopia`s prime minister-elect Abiye Ahmed will be sworn in on Monday, its parliament said, after the ruling coalition chose him to succeed Hailemariam Desalegn as its chairperson.
9:22 [Press TV] (E)
Hundreds of people took to the streets of Accra, Ghana`s capital, on Wednesday to protest against a controversial military deal with Washington which was passed by parliament last week.
14:40 [Press TV] (E)
Pay strikes by doctors and medical students in Algeria have expanded to include teachers as the government and ailing President Abdelaziz Bouteflika struggle to find a solution amid scarce resources.
14:12 [Xinhua] (E)
Polls opened Tuesday for the second day of Egypt`s presidential election, in which incumbent President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi is expected to score a landslide victory.
8:45 [Press TV] (E)
Egyptians are preparing to vote in a highly-contentious presidential election, with incumbent Abel Fattah el-Sisi almost certain to glide to victory after his military-backed administration either jailed or scared off all the serious contenders.
5:21 [Press TV] (E)
A Chadian soldier and 20 militants from the Nigeria-based Takfiri group Boko Haram have been killed in a clash in the volatile Lake Chad region.
22:57 [Xinhua] (E)
The African Union (AU) on Friday commended Rwanda for its contribution to support the G5 Sahel joint force, which aims to improve security and fight terrorism in the Sahel region.
7:53 [Press TV] (E)
A UN rights report sheds light on the plight of Libyans seven year after a NATO-led military intervention there, saying rival armed groups in the North African state continue to kill and torture civilians with impunity, while Europe-bound refugees are still being bought and sold in “open slave markets.”
3:35 [Xinhua] (E)
At least six al-Shabab fighters were killed and several others injured in heavy fighting with the Somali National Army in southern Somalia, officials said Tuesday.
2:27 [Press TV] (E)
The Egyptian military says three dozen members of the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group have been killed in the country’s restive Sinai Peninsula over the past five days.
21:17  (E)
The wars in the ME are not even for "full scale dominance", but one more step in splintering the world in total chaos. Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya continue to be sh*thole countries, much worse than before they were "liberated". Libya is a prime example of this, once called Switzerland of Africa it`s now hopeless.
3:02 [Radio Utopie] (D)
Ein weiteres einhundert Millionen Dollar schweres Projekt lässt sich die türkische Regierung im Nordosten Afrikas kosten.
0:59 [Press TV] (E)
Jacob Zuma, South Africa’s former president, has been charged with fraud, racketeering, illegal arms dealing and much more.
3:45 [Press TV] (E)
With less than two weeks before elections, Egypt`s president says he is prepared to personally join the army and police battling militants in Sinai, vowing he and his security forces would prosecute the fight until the end.
1:51 [Press TV] (E)
The Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) says the government in Abuja plans to keep the movement`s leader, Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky, and his wife Zeenah in detention until they die.
3:53 [Press TV] (E)
Egyptian activists have filed a lawsuit with the African Union against a controversial agreement that cedes the sovereignty of two Egyptian Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia.
1:39 [Voltaire Netzwerk] (D)
Bei dem Empfang des Saudi-Kronprinzen, Mohammed Ben Salman, hat der ägyptische Präsident, Abdel Fattah al-Sissi, angekündigt, dass sein Land sich dem Neom-Projekt anschließen werde. Saudi Arabien kündigte im Oktober 2017 an, eine dem Luxus-Tourismus gewidmete Mega-Hightech-Stadt bauen zu wollen: Neom.
1:23 [Press TV] (E)
In a statement released on Sunday, Egyptian military spokesman Colonel Tamer Rifai said two soldiers had been killed and six others injured “as a result of combat operations” in Sinai Peninsula.
21:58 [Press TV] (E)
A court in the Egyptian capital, Cairo, has sentenced 10 people to death and five others to life in prison over their alleged involvement in forming a “terrorist cell” to plot attacks on security personnel and other institutions.
21:26 [Press TV] (E)
More than two million children suffer from severe malnutrition in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). They are at risk of dying if they do not get the needed assistance. That is what the United Nations has warned.
4:54 [Xinhua] (E)
Zambia`s Luapula Province and South Africa`s NorthWest Province on Wednesday signed a memorandum of understanding to strengthen working partnership and collaboration.
1:51 [Réseau International] (F)
«Je pense qu’il s’agit d’une histoire sensationnelle, mais elle est aussi complètement fausse et une absurdité», a déclaré à l’AFP l’ambassadeur chinois à l’UA, Kuang Weilin, en marge du sommet de l’organisation panafricaine qui se déroule dimanche et lundi.
Selon l’ambassadeur, l’article en question, publié vendredi par Le Monde, va «endommager l’image du journal», mais pas la relation entre la Chine et l’Afrique.
1:49 [Press TV] (E)
Sierra Leoneans voted Wednesday in a general election to pick a new president, with many craving economic change and a boost to living standards in one of the world`s poorest countries.
0:26 [Press TV] (E)
At least 16 people, mostly women and children, were killed in clashes between youths and cattle herders in central Nigeria, police said Tuesday.
17:11 [Press TV] (E)
At least 10 people were killed in several days of violence between herdsmen and farmers in eastern Nigeria, police said on Monday, but the cattle drivers gave a higher toll.
16:45 [Press TV] (E)
Seven people died in a raid by suspected Ugandan extremist rebels in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, the latest in a string of deadly cross-border attacks, officials said Sunday.