The Nigerian army's operation in the northeast against Boko Haram and Raila Odinga's future plans in Kenya are among the stories in today's African press..
In Nigeria, security forces continue their operation against Boko Haram in the northeastern state of Borno.
The African press is dominated by the situation in Nigeria following President Goodluck Jonathan’s declaration of a state of emergency in the northern states of Borno, Yobe and Adamawa.
The Nigerian army says it has started deploying extra troops in the northeast of the country after President Goodluck Jonathan declared a state of emergency in three states worst hit by increasing ...
A leader of the Boko Haram sect in Nigeria has claimed responsibility for two recent attacks in Borno State.
In Nigeria, 55 died in an attack by the Islamist group Boko Haram. Also, a Zimbabwean journalist is arested, and Sudan's president expresses hope for a future reunion with South Sudan.
Monitoring corruption in both Nigeria and South Africa is a key subject in today's newspapers..
Members of the family held hostage for two months by a Nigerian Islamist group spoke about their ordeal on French national television over the weekend.
The big story making the front pages is the release of the seven French hostages seized in Cameroon by the Nigerian Islamist sect, Boko Haram.
The French family held hostage by a Nigerian Islamist group arrived in Paris early Saturday morning, after being freed Thursday night.