Ben Ali, who ruled Tunisia from 1987 until 2011, was viewed by some as a bulwark against Islamist extremist
We must not allow ourselves to be distracted or caught up in the noise around the first 100 days.
The LDCs, which constitute over 50 per cent of Africa’s 54 countries, are still heavily dependent on the trade taxes...
Kipyegon made a winning return to the track after a two-year maternity break at the Prefontaine Diamond League in June
No legal action has been taken against Miloudi, despite waves of outrage on social media
Ilunga, who resigned as health minister in July, was detained while hiding in an apartment in Kinshasa
Kenyan and Ethiopian athletes have dominated the middle and long-distance running events
Deadly protests have rocked the country since December 19 after a government decision to triple the price of bread.
Defense attorneys argued Jack Marrian was "caught up in a web of an international drug trafficking network"
The patient's middle ear was shattered in a car crash.
Friday's protests will be a key test of whether the ailing president's manoeuvre has dampened anger on the streets.
In July last year, Eritrea and Ethiopia signed a historic peace agreement ending 20 years of conflict.
The assembly aims to push countries to commit to slashing pollution and widening renewable energy
Ghanaian agriculturalist Tetteh Quarshie first made a discovery of the seeds on a voyage to the Spanish colonies of Equatorial Guinea in 1879
The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) has said 37 people were rescued alive.
Homosexuality is outlawed under the country's penal code of 1965