Barka! Ga abubuwan da ya kamata ka sani
NIGERIA ELECTION: Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan has called for an end to violence in the country's mainly Muslim north following his presidential election victory.
HEALTH/MALARIA: An international medical aid group says a change in treatment for severe cases of malaria could save the lives of hundreds of thousands of children each year.
BURKINA FASO VIOLENCE: Burkina Faso's President Blaise Compaore has named a new prime minister, as protests against the government continue to spread across the country.
Abubuwa 10 da ya kamata ka sani a yau: Talata, 19 Afrilu 2011
NIGERIA/ELECTION: Ambassadors, youth activists and Africa analysts gather in Washington to assess Nigeria's ongoing election cycle, which has once again been marred by violence and angry voters.
NIGERIA VOTE: igerian President Goodluck Jonathan is calling for calm after rioting in some northern states because of his re-election.
GREENING THE SAHEL: At a time when forests around the world are falling to make room for crops to feed more people, the opposite is happening in parts of Africa’s Sahel. Farmers in this semi-arid region below the Sahara desert are growing more trees than they did three decades ago and they are producing more crops and eating better because of it.
BURKINA FASO: Burkina Faso's army commander says the government will work with soldiers to resolve the grievances that led to unrest that erupted last week.
IVORY COAST: With Ivory Coast’s commercial capital now enjoying relative calm after weeks of violence, the evacuation of migrant workers has resumed.
LIBYA: NATO warplanes bombed several targets near the Libyan capital Tripoli early Tuesday. The alliance said the strikes targeted command and control facilities as well as communications infrastructure.
LIBYA: While Libyan opposition forces battle troops loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi in central and western Libya, opposition leaders have formed an interim authority in the east and are planning to draft a new constitution. Part of the debate centers on the role of religion in this deeply Muslim part of the country.