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Nigerien army base attack death toll rises

The death toll from Thursday’s attack by suspected jihadists on a Niger army base is at least 89, security sources said, surpassing a raid...

Turkey to deal with Gaddafi-era compensation

Turkey plans to sign a preliminary $2.7 billion compensation deal for work carried out in Libya before the 2011 civil war, a sector official...

Niger targets Islamist militants

Niger will launch a new military offensive against Islamist militants after an attack on an army base killed at least 25 soldiers, the defence...

East Libya forces push Tripoli offensive

Forces in East Libya led by Khalifa Haftar they will not let up their military campaign against rival factions in Tripoli, appearing to reject...

Nigerien soldiers killed

Suspected Islamist militants killed 25 soldiers and wounded six in an attack on an army post in west Niger near the Mali border, government...

ISS: Is Islamic State taking charge of Mozambique’s jihadist insurgency?

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The Christmas season offered no respite from terror for the already suffering people of Mozambique’s northernmost Cabo Delgado province. The litany of atrocities that...

Rocket attack on Mali UN base

Twenty people were wounded in northern Mali’s restive Kidal region, including 18 UN peacekeepers, in a rocket attack on a military base housing UN,...

Rival Libyan forces clash near Sirte

East Libya-based forces carried out air strikes on a coastal road west of Sirte, a day after nine men were killed in a strike...

Iranian missiles target US forces in Iraq; Trump’s response “All is well”

Iran launched missiles at US-led forces in Iraq early on Wednesday, retaliating for the US drone strike on an Iranian commander whose killing last...

Tripoli-aligned forces quit Sirte to avoid bloodshed

Forces aligned with Libya’s internationally recognised Government of National Accord said they withdrew from the strategic coastal city Sirte to avoid bloodshed, after their...

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Check before you speak, Minister!

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South African Defence and Military Veterans Minister Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula needs to verify her facts before she speaks, or risk further embarrassment to the South...