Qatar's Al Jazeera television channel has denied a report that Egyptian security forces had raided one of its offices in Cairo.
A Kenyan official says all terrorists died in an attack on a Kenyan mall, contrary to suggestions that some could have escaped.
The US has begun airlifting Burundian troops to CAR as part of efforts to help peacekeeping forces prevent a descent into civil war.
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Egypt's PM has reportedly said that ousted president Hosni Mubarak will return to prison in mid-November.
Mauritanian news website Sahara Medias received a claim from al Qaeda's regional wing for the killing of two French journalists in northern Mali.
A decision to ask the ICC to defer cases against sitting heads of state was not made to shield African leaders, President Jacob Zuma said.
President Jacob Zuma suggested an alternative to the SADC tribunal was needed but defended its disbandment at Zimbabwe's behest.
The DRC army scored a crushing defeat of the M23 rebels but Kinshasa says it will not rest on its laurels.
Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan has asked legislators to extend for another six months the state of emergency in three northeastern states.
A court in Egypt upheld an earlier ruling that banned the Muslim Brotherhood and ordered its assets confiscated.
Slain Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's son Seif al-Islam, wanted by the ICC, has appeared on TV from his cell.
France will stick to its timetable for pulling troops from Mali despite a resurgence of violence in the country.
Former Zambian president Rupiah Banda has pleaded not-guilty to charges that he accepted a bribe, in the form of 10 trucks from a Chinese firm.
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