Tehran (IP)- Iran's judiciary Chief Ebrahim Raeisi condemned the attack on Imam Hussein’s mourners in Nigeria on Ashura day, calling it contrary to freedom of religion.
A number of Sheikh Zakzaky supporters demanded his release by holding demonstrations and carrying special Muharram flags in the Nigerian capital.
Libya's internationally recognized government suspended its interior minister on Friday, saying his handling of street protests and a violent crackdown against them would be investigated.
Ousted President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita has been released, the Malian junta announced on Thursday.
The junta that seized power in Mali wants a military-led transitional body to rule for three years and has accepted that ousted President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita returns home.
At least 17 people were killed and one survived after a cargo plane crashed after takeoff from Juba airport in South Sudan on Saturday morning, witnesses said.
Tehran (IP) - Iran's intelligence ministry says three Iranian nationals captured by pirates in Somalia have been released.
A spokesman for Mali's main opposition leader, Mahmoud Dicko, said Dico had decided to step down after meeting with the coup's military.
Sudan's foreign ministry on Tuesday rejected the statements by its spokesman Haydar Badawi Sadig about establishing relations with the Zionist regime.
The leader of the coup in Mali announced the arrest of the president and prime minister of this country.