Barka! Ga abubuwan da ya kamata ka sani
IVORY COAST: Forces backing Ivory Coast's internationally recognized president Alassane Ouattara have launched an assault on the home of incumbent leader Laurent Gbagbo in a bid to force the strongman to surrender.
IVORY COAST: U.S. President Barack Obama says Ivory Coast's defiant leader, Laurent Gbagbo, must step down from power immediately to prevent further bloodshed and end the violence that has gripped the country.
ITALY BOAT CAPSIZE: Italian authorities say 150 people are missing after a boat carrying North African migrants capsized in rough seas near an Italian island early Wednesday.
C.A.R./PATASSE OBIT: Former Central African Republic President Ange Felix Patasse has died, just months after making his last presidential run. He was 74.
SUDAN/ISRAEL: Sudan's foreign minister has accused Israel of carrying out an airstrike that killed two people in a car on Tuesday.
UGANDA/SOMALIA: Police in Uganda have warned the public to be alert, saying Somalia's al-Shabab militants are planning another attack in the country.
IVORY COAST/EU: The international community is adding to the pressure on defiant Ivory Coast leader Laurent Gbagbo as he tries to withstand a military assault by opponents. The European Union on Wednesday banned its members from buying bonds or securities from the Gbagbo government or providing it with loans.
UGANDA/GAYS: Religious leaders in Uganda are calling for a renewed debate of the country's "anti-homosexuality" bill which they argue is essential to protect Ugandan children from homosexual recruitment.
LIBYA FIGHTING:The head of the armed forces of Libya’s eastern-based opposition has sharply criticized the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) for failing to protect civilians and his fighters from heavy artillery attacks by forces loyal to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi. General Abdulfateh Yunis made the charge (Tuesday night) as his forces were obliged to withdraw once again from the oil-town of Brega 200 kilometers west of Benghazi.
RWANDA/GENOCIDE: Rwanda is approaching its anniversary of one of the worst genocides in modern history. But the day is about much more than remembering the almost one million people who lost their lives. The world is reminded that what took place 17 years ago must never happen anywhere again.