Libya Peace Talks in Limbo After Attack on Main Port

The UN-backed Libyan government says it’s pulling out of peace talks in Geneva after forces loyal to a rival parliament shelled the capital, Tripoli.
Nigerian President, Muhammadu Buhari
Buhari Explains Why Nigeria Shut Its Borders
President Muhammadu Buhari Friday in Abuja said the resolution of the partial closure of Nigeria’s land border to goods from neighbouring countries will be determined by a report of tripartite committee made up of Nigeria, Benin and Niger Republic.
Cameroon's international partners call for investigation into village massacre
Cameroon's International Partners Call for Investigation Into Village Massacre
Cameroon’s international partners including France and the United Nations have condemned last week’s killing of 23 villagers in a troubled English-speaking region.
Pompeo wraps up visit to Senegal
Pompeo wraps up visit to Senegal
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo wrapped up a visit to Senegal on Sunday, where he discussed the U.S. role in security issues in Africa.