Bashir faces charges of war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide from the International Criminal Court
He was "elected unanimously" by the 1,250 delegates and will serve as its President for four years
The government says it has enough corn, the country’s staple food, to last until the next season and won’t need...
Traditional practitioners, known locally as "oloola" are worried about the decline of facial scarification, but critics remain opposed to it
Mnay have faulted repair works as being misrepresentative of the building's history and materials to be of poor quality
Abubakar's son-in-law, Abdullahi Babalele and legal adviser Uyi Giwa Osagie have been accused of money laundering
Officials say a number of people were also injured, but have not released figures
A Banro source confirmed the release of the two Congolese hostages without giving further details
It's not only the Christians that partake in Muslim festivals. "When a Christian dies, all the neighbours go to the church for the funeral"
Demand for Ivory from Asian countries, including Singapore has led to a surge in poaching across Africa
The two drugs, known by their lab names as REGN-EB3 and mAb114, belong to a class of treatments called monoclonal antibodies
In South Africa, morgues are overflowing under the influx of corpses that are never claimed. The only solution is to try and identify the bodies and...
At the busy Ain Slam roundabout in the centre of Gabes, people cluster around sipping from jugs of legmi palm drink
Zakzaky has been in custody along with his wife Zeenah Ibrahim since their arrest in December 2015
Ramaphosa and anti-corruption ombudswoman Busisiwe Mkhwebane locked horns after she accused him of electoral fraud