Legislator says President Museveni flouted constitution by deploying troops to South Sudan without seeking parliamentary approval
Witnesses in Somalia's capital say three bombs have exploded outside prominent hotel, causing an unknown number of casualties
Nigeria saw major political shake-up in 2013 with opposition coming together and governors, parliament members defecting in droves from ruling party
Former Vice President Riek Machar says President Salva Kiir has "disunited" the government and calls for him to step down.
Observers question slow Malawi government scandal probe
First translation of the Bible in Sierra Leone's Krio dialect was years in the making, now completed, uniting ethnic groups in the country
Campaign of Richard Jean-Louis Robinson says it has filed more than 100 complaints with special electoral court
Former Finance Minister Hery Rajaonarimampianina has won more than 53 percent of Dec. 20 vote with ballots counted in more than 99 percent of polling stations, provisional results showed
Medical teams in Central African Republic say violence has been escalating, despite increased presence of French and African troops
Representatives of President Salva Kiir, rebel leader Riek Machar in Ethiopia following weeks of violence that has left more than 1,000 people dead
The alleged abuses include extra-judicial killings of civilians and captured soldiers, massive displacements and arbitrary detentions, often on ethnic grounds, the U.N. Mission in South Sudan says.
Foreign ministry spokesman says negotiations between representatives of warring factions are aimed at resolving South Sudan’s conflict