COVID-19: cases climb as Congo enters 3rd week of lockdown [Morning Call]

Globally, more than 2.3 million people have been infected by the novel coronavirus and more.

Chad deploys troops after deadly Boko Harm attack [Morning Call]

Chad is recounting its losses after recording what it has described as the deadliest-ever attack.

Tanzania PM visits hospitalized opposition chief

Tanzania’s government has offered its support to an opposition leader who was hospitalised after being.

Naby Keita leads tributes to Guinea bus crash victims

Liverpool star Naby Keita has led tributes to the nine Guinean footballers who died in.

COVID-19: libya's Haftar forces enforce night curfew

Forces loyal to Libyan strongman Khalifa Haftar have been deployed to enforce a night curfew.

Ethiopia to send more troops to South Sudan

Ethiopia has said it will increase the number of its troops in South Sudan. The.

Africa's COVID-19 cases surpass 200,000 mark; 5,500+ deaths

Africa’s COVID-19 statistics passed the 200000 mark as of Wednesday June 10. The John Hopkins.

At least 18 killed, several injured in DRC's Virunga Park

At least 18 people are dead and several injured in an attack in Virunga National.

Uganda on alert as Kenya struggles to stop locust swarms

Authorities in Uganda have advised citizens to stock on food, as the alarming locust invasion.

Senegal president defends criminalisation of homosexuality

Senegal’s president Macky Sall on Wednesday defended the country’s criminalisation of homosexuality, telling visiting Canadian.