Aljazeera says At least 50 people have died in an attack by armed men on a village in northern Burkina Faso, a government spokesman said.
Nigeria church shooting – Women & kids among at least 50 killed in ‘satanic’ massacre by twisted gunmen dubbed ‘bandits’
The Sun says AT least 50 people have been slaughtered in a “satanic” massacre by twisted gunmen dubbed “bandits” at a Nigerian church.
France24 says gunmen opened fire on worshippers and detonated explosives at a Catholic church in southwestern Nigeria on Sunday, leaving dozens feared dead, state lawmakers said.
The Metro says Eleven newborn babies have died in a fire that ripped through a hospital’s neonatal wing in Senegal.
France24 says Russia’s war in Ukraine has pushed the number of forcibly displaced people around the world above 100 million for the first time ever, the United Nations said Monday.
France24 says Morocco and Spain have reopened the land borders, two years after they were shut due to Covid restrictions and a major diplomatic row.
Cameroon plane disaster, A PLANE carrying 11 people onboard has reportedly crashed prompting emergency services to desperately launch a hunt for survivors, reports state.
TRT World says South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has declared a national state of disaster over the deadly floods on the east coast.
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The Independent says Russian mercenaries and Malian soldiers have been accused of killing hundreds of men in a town in central Mali last month, Human Rights Watch (HRW) has said.
The Guardian says gunmen have attacked a train travelling from the Nigerian capital, Abuja, to the city of Kaduna, in an “unprecedented” act of violence.
TRT World says the death toll from a migrant shipwreck off Tunisia at the weekend has risen to 25, amid fears that 35 others in the same boat have drowned.
Arab News says When Russian tanks trundled into Ukraine on Feb. 24, alarm bells started ringing in places even far away from the war zone.
TRT World says about 60 people have been killed and dozens more wounded in an explosion at an informal gold mining site in southwest Burkina Faso, state television reported.
The Independent says France is hosting a summit on Wednesday devoted to the fight against Islamic extremists in West Africa as Paris considers withdrawing its troops from Mali.
TRT World says Eighteen people have been killed in an attack in a remote village in DR Congo by a notorious ethnic militia, a local official and a civilian campaigner have said.
The Independent says The toll of Cyclone Batsirai in Madagascar has risen to 120 deaths and more than 112,000 people displaced by the tropical storm which rampaged across the island.
Aljazeera says Africa is transitioning out of the pandemic phase of the COVID-19 outbreak and moving towards a situation where it will be managing the virus over the long term.
The Metro says mourners have lined the streets of a Moroccan village for the funeral of a five-year-old boy who died after falling down a well.
Morocco buries Rayan, the 5-year-old boy who was found dead after being trapped down a deep well for five days. the funeral prayers were led
The Metro says This is the first picture of a boy who died in Morocco after falling down a well.
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More than a dozen mutinous soldiers declared on state television that a military junta had seized control of Burkina Faso.
TRT World says More than a dozen mutinous soldiers have declared on state television that a military junta seized control of Burkina Faso.
Six people are reported to have been killed and dozens injured in a crush outside Cameroon’s stadium hosting an excellent Africa Cup of Nations AFCON
The Independent says The Africa Cup of Nations match between Mali and Tunisia descended into chaos and ended in confusion.
A fire erupted at the South African parliament on Sunday, with flames bursting from the roof of a building and a plume of smoke that
The Tunisian presidency on Sunday dismissed the country’s consuls in Paris and Milan and ordered financial audits at the European missions.
The Guardian says The Omicron variant has fuelled a “worrying” surge in coronavirus cases in South Africa and is rapidly becoming the dominant strain.
France’s military involvement in the Sahel is encountering growing opposition in the region, with protests in Sahel that were once isolated to urban centres spreading.
Morocco suspends flights announcing the suspension of all “direct” passenger flights due to the new variant, Omicron. The measure comes into effect Monday and will be in place for at least two weeks.
Aljazeera says A 16 year old has died after being shot in the head by security forces in the Sudanese city of Omdurman, the Central Committee of Sudanese Doctors said in a statement.
Aljazeera says the Ugandan police have shot dead five suspects and arrested 21 people, officials said, following twin suicide bombings claimed by an ISIL.
The Independent says The UK government is urging British people to leave Ethiopia immediately as the security situation is “deteriorating”.
Aljazeera says At least 69 people, including a mayor, have been killed in an attack by gunmen in southwestern Niger, the government has confirmed.
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