British Airways and Kenya Airways have resumed flights to and from Sierra Leone.
A Sudanese student died after police fired teargas at Khartoum University protesters.
MPs voted Ali Zeidan out of office after rebels humiliated the Libyan government by loading oil on a tanker that fled from naval forces.
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Egyptian forces killed a suspected insurgent in a shootout in the streets of Cairo, the interior ministry said.
Sudanese police used tear gas and batons against students protesting in Khartoum against government policies in the restive region of Darfur.
The Libyan parliament ousted Prime Minister Ali Zeidan after a tanker laden with crude oil from a rebel-held terminal escaped to sea.
An Algerian cartoonist, accused of insulting ailing President Abdelaziz Bouteflika, has been acquitted, says his lawyer.
Rights activists has petitioned Uganda's ConCourt in a case challenging the validity of the country's new anti-gay measure.
Shocked villagers have buried 18 young men who died while illegally mining an abandoned mine shaft in Roodepoort.
The number of rhino poached in Zimbabwe dropped sharply in 2013 but decades of illegal killing have decimated the population and only 750 remain.
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