Police examine what they seized in Mombasa mosque raid. Kenya's Anglican archbishop is worried about gays. Kenyatta's ICC case takes a new turn. A Ugandan judge lashes the attorney general.
The storming of Kenya's controversial Masjid Musa Mosque and in South Africa, the collapse of the merger of the Democratic Alliance and Agang opposition parties - all in today's papers..
Politics in Egypt, and the hearing into the Westgate shopping centre killings in Nairobi are among the subjects in today's papers...
There is growing concern about the security situation in Afghanistan following a deadly bomb and gun attack at a restaurant in Kabul.
A double suicide bombing outside the Iranian embassy in Beirut on Tuesday has killed at least 23 people. The attack was claimed by an al-Qaeda-linked jihadi group, the Abdullah Azzam Brigades.
A French Muslim has carried out a suicide attack on a Syrian army position near Aleppo, according to an opposition monitoring group.
In Africa, compensation looms for victims of the 1998 bombing of the US embassy in Kenya and Tanzania; South Africa reopens specialised sexual offences courts; and a beauty pageant to boost ...
An office of France’s ruling Socialist Party has been bombed and daubed with slogans, apparently by protesting winemakers.
Nigeria's military says it is to ban the use of satellite phones in an effort to further isolate certain areas hit by a series of deadly attacks.
As many as 14 people were killed when Islamist al-Shebab fighters, some using vehicles laden with explosives, attacked a UN compound in Mogadishu on Wednesday.