Barka! Ga abubuwan da ya kamata ka sani
LIBYA/JALIL: The head of the Libyan opposition Transitional National Council has congratulated the rebel fighters who advanced into Tripoli and said "we are now in the final stages of ousting Moammar Gadhafi." Speaking in Benghazi Monday, Mustapha Abdel Jalil also appealed for the protection of civilians and property. He urged people to practice restraint and not to take the law into their own hands. Jalil said the post-Gadhafi Libya will build a state of law that will provide trials for those accused of causing what he called "this damage" during Gadhafi's rule. He said people should "let justice take its course."
LIBYA: Libyan rebels pushing for an end to leader Moammar Gadhafi's rule say they control most of the capital, Tripoli, but fighting continued Monday as pockets of resistance remained in the city.
LIBYA/US: U.S. President Barack Obama has called on Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi to "relinquish power once and for all," saying the momentum against him has reached a tipping point.
Abubuwa 10 da ya kamata ka sani a yau: Litinin, 22 Agusta 2011
CAPE VERDE/ELECTION: Voters in Cape Verde have elected opposition candidate Jorge Carlos Fonseca as their new president in a runoff election.
SOUTH AFRICA/LIBYA: South Africa says it has not sent planes to Libya to facilitate the exit of Moammar Gadhafi and his family.
DR CONGO/POLITICS: The Democratic Republic of Congo's ruling party has chosen President Joseph Kabila as its candidate in the November presidential poll.
DRC/ELECTION: The Democratic Republic of Congo's second election since independence on November 28th could spill into violence, opposition candidates and civil society leaders say, if the massive country's government doesn't do more to ensure a just and peaceful vote.
LIBERIA VOTE/REFERENDUM: Liberia votes in a constitutional referendum Tuesday amid concerns that many voters do not grasp the significance of the poll or the issues at hand, including a provision to push October's presidential election back to November.
ZIMBABWE: The burial Saturday of one of Zimbabwe’s best known soldiers drew record crowds and rare unity among Zimbabweans of all political parties. Retired general Solomon Mujuru, the former army commander who backed President Robert Mugabe to lead Zimbabwe during the war to end minority white rule, died in a fire at his farm house last week.
SOMALIA: An official of Somalia’s Transitional Federal Government (TFG) says the administration will soon unveil a “holistic” plan to bolster security in the capital, Mogadishu, and other parts of the country.