African Union Chief Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma attends the peace and security council meeting on the situation in Sudan, South Sudan and Mali at the African Union headquarters, Oct 24, 2012.
Ghana's government was embarrassed as a visiting Argentine naval ship was detained in the country, deputy foreign minister Chris Kpodo told Xinhua on Wednesday.
Sudanese government spokesman Ahmed Bilal Osman said Wednesday that the arms factory in Khartoum bombarded Tuesday was a "traditional factory producing traditional weapons," accusing Israel of launching the air strike to "cripple the capabilities of Sudan."
Gabonese Prime Minister Raymond Ndong Sima on Wednesday expressed the hope that the cooperation between his country and China could be broadened in all the fields.
Mali's Handicrafts and Tourism Minister Ousmane Ag Rhissa has said the government has adopted new policies that will promote and develop new tourism sites in the southern parts of Mali.
The Nigerian government on Tuesday said there was no terrorist attack on an Arik Air flight from northeast Maiduguri to Abuja, the nation's capital city.
About 8,500 striking miners at the KDC East mine in South Africa were fired by the Gold Fields company on Tuesday, local media reported.
Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court Fatou Bensouda attends a news conference in Nairobi, Kenya, Oct 22, 2012.
The crew of an Argentine naval training ship seized by Ghana almost three weeks ago are to fly home Wednesday aboard a chartered flight, Argentine Foreign Ministry said Monday.
The debt-ridden Zimbabwe national airline, Air Zimbabwe, will resume regional and international flights before the end of this month amid reports that the airline is facing boardroom squabbles, state radio reported on Monday.
One year after Libya's transitional authority's declaration of national liberation on Oct 23, 2011, the North African country is still grappling with security concerns.
A growing Chinese business presence in Uganda has brought not only goods and services but also better infrastructure and job opportunities to the East African nation.