Barka! Ga abubuwan da ya kamata ka sani
SUDAN/DARFUR: A Catholic aid agency says it will be allowed to resume distributing food in Sudan's West Darfur region after the government lifted a ban on its operations.
IVORY COAST: Witnesses and fighters from Ivory Coast's rival sides said Tuesday forces backing internationally recognized president Alassane Ouattara have taken control of two towns.
DRC MEASLES: An international medical aid group says a measles epidemic is spreading in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and has called on the government and aid organizations to do more to combat the disease.
Abubuwa 10 da ya kamata ka sani a yau: Talata, 29 Maris 2011
ZIMBABWE/NAMIBIA: Zimbabwe's Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai met Monday with Namibian President Hifikepunye Pohamba to discuss the Zimbabwe political crisis ahead of a key regional meeting
SOUTH AFRICA SHEMBE: A South African religious leader who had a major role in the development of African independent churches has died.
NIGER/LIBYA: Civil society groups in Niger are speaking out against the Western-backed military intervention in its northern neighbor Libya, where fighting between pro-Gadhafi forces and rebels has caused thousands of refugees to flood across its border.
IVORY COAST CRISIS: The Committee to Protect Journalists says supporters of both of Ivory Coast's rival presidents are harassing journalists.
NIGERIA VOTE: Human Rights Watch says legislative, gubernatorial, and presidential candidates in Nigeria's election are not spending enough time addressing issues of communal violence and corruption.
ZIMBABWE PARLIAMENT: In what will be a very close contest, Zimbabwe legislators vote for a new speaker of parliament Tuesday after the former Movement for Democratic Change speaker was stripped of his position by a Supreme Court decision. Several MDC legislators will be unable to vote as they are under arrest and so the smaller MDC, condemning the arrests says, in the interests of democracy, it will back Morgan Tsvangirai's candidate.
UGANDA/KILLINGS: Just days after the release of a report detailing abuse and extrajudicial killing by the Ugandan Police, two civilians have been shot dead by a police officer in Kampala.
SOMALIA/PRESS: International and local rights groups are demanding the immediate release of journalists being held by the Somali government.
ITALY/IMMIGRANTS: Thousands of immigrants continue to arrive on Italy's Mediterranean island of Lampedusa and tension is very high. The local population is protesting and there are fears of violent incidents. Authorities are dispatching health inspectors to the island and six ships to help transfer immigrants elsewhere.