Vatican confirms Jean Zerbo to attend ceremony in Rome
President Sirleaf, who is leaving, took office in 2006 after winning country's first election following more than decade of civil war
Youth leaders have called for Igbo people to depart region by October 1
Nation considers project at Stiegler's Gorge in Selous Game Reserve as vital in its bid to diversify its energy mix
Muhammadu Buhari, who is receiving medical treatment for an undisclosed illness in England, also angered some by speaking in Hausa, not English
3 trucks were carrying 70-plus migrants north through the Sahara toward Libya when drivers abandoned them
Rafael Marques de Morais was charged with insulting state for publishing 2016 article detailing illegal real estate transaction made in 2011 by Angola's attorney general
Blast, similar to those carried out by al-Shabab militants, also killed four children
Religious communities join NGOs in effort to reduce tensions as country gears up for elections next year
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Military official told journalists armed forces were alerted to graves by Red Cross officials and villagers in the area