Malema has threatened to remove Jacob Zuma's government "through the barrel of a gun."
At least five people were killed in Nigeria's Enugu state in the latest clashes between herdsmen and farmers.
Mugabe’s wife, army colleague and ex-vice president could all replace the 92-year-old.
Soldiers in the caliphate have had to take a pay cut as airstrikes deplete cash reserves.
The prayer asks for "honesty, openness and discernment" ahead of the June 23 vote.
Lucy Kibaki once slapped a reporter and made her husband publicly denounce polygamy allegations.
The pro-Biafra activist will return to court for a bail hearing on May 5.
The ICC has launched a preliminary examination of the violence that has killed over 400 people.
Associates of criminals Christy Kinahan and Gerry Hutch have been engaging in tit-for-tat killings.
Abu Sayyaf kidnapped John Ridsdel from a holiday resort in September 2015.
One week after he was due in Juba, the rebel leader is still nowhere to be seen.
Darfur will remain as five separate states rather than uniting into a single region.
Ongoing clashes between Fulani herdsmen and farmers have killed hundreds in 2016.
The opposition leader said his party will take up arms if the ANC attempts to rig elections.
More than 300 people were reportedly killed in December’s clashes between Shiites and the army.
The president has been prominent in fighting Boko Haram in West Africa.
Victims of sexual violence are not receiving adequate support, according to a new report.
More than 100 children were abducted from Ethiopia’s Gambella region earlier this month.
Riek Machar was supposed to arrive in Juba on Monday, but a dispute over weapons has slowed him down.
Fulani herdsmen killed 1,200 people in 2014 and are depriving Nigeria of billions of dollars in revenue.
South Africa had the highest number of rapes in the world in 2015.
The refugees are believed to have set off from Libya, with 41 survivors now in Greece.
Edgar Lungu is running for re-election in August’s polls.
Ban Ki-moon sparked a row with Morocco by describing the disputed territory as under “occupation.”
The two were among roughly 300 protesters arrested at the U.S. Capitol on Monday.