France's far right is up in arms over President François Hollande's participation in a ceremony honouring Muslims who fought for France during World War I.
French Muslims are taking satirical paper Charlie Hebdo to court for blasphemy over a front page insulting the Koran.
The United Nation’s cultural agency UNESCO has told RFI of an urgent need to preserve the Tomb of Askia in northern Mali before the rainy season starts in June.
The Central African Republic (CAR) is facing "a humanitarian catastrophe of unspeakable proportions", a top UN official has said after visiting the country.
The headlines on the front page of South African financial paper, BusinessDay, would leave you wondering just where the country is headed . . .
The ugly face of the crisis in the Central African Republic (CAR) takes centre stage in the French press this morning as several papers publish a gruesome photograph of a suspected spy from the ...
Last Sunday Kenyan police fought running battles with Muslim youths in the northern city of Mombasa, leaving casualties among the police and the youth.
The Supreme Council of Kenya Muslims has accused the police of profaning a mosque in Mombasa at the weekend and wants an inquiry in the police raid that triggered two days of deadly riots.
The day after major demonstrations in Paris and Lyon, by the Manif Pour Tous movement Interior minister Manuel Valls appeared keen to reassure protestors.
Two French teenagers were to face judges on Friday over their attempt to join Islamist fighters to wage "jihad" against the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.