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
According to messages and pictures circulating on social media, he had been driving a motorbike and smashed into a car
Flights from Mitiga airport were suspended for several hours Sunday after rocket fire hit the airport
The jihadists attacked the base in eight pickup trucks fitted with machine guns, leading to a two-hour-long battle
In Tonkolili and Port Loko, a new type of ritual is emerging in which girls are initiated by the Sowei, but are not "cut"
Many of the bodies are either accident or murder victims, found with no identity or fake identities
The four were jailed for life for attempting a coup and threatening state security but had their terms reduced to 20 years in May
The GNA blamed Haftar's forces for the attack against the airport, and for a separate alleged attack in the Soug al-Jomaa district of Tripoli.
"We're currently mourning the loss of 69 people, the last of whom died while being transferred by helicopter
Forces battling for control of Libya's capital agreed to a truce Saturday, on the eve of the Muslim festival of Eid Al-Adha
The motorised boat was carrying around 100 passengers when it capsized on the lake, near the eastern city of Bukavu.