Beauty salons in the Somali capital Mogadishu are back in business. Hospitals in Namibia are busy installing CCTV after a raft of thefts.
South African headlines claim Africa's lives are cheap as ever and looks at what lessons can be learned from the recent shootings of miners and Nigeria headlines look at President Jonathan's calls ...
We focus on South Africa where an attempt by the police to disperse striking workers at Marikana's troubled Lonmin mine on Thursday ended in dozens of deaths.
French police have arrested five people in connection with riots earlier this week in the northern city of Amiens.
A riot in the town Amiens has left 16 police officers injured, a primary school severely damaged by fire and a sports centre completely destroyed, local officials said Tuesday.
British citizen says he was imprisoned, tortured and subjected to a mock execution in Sudan last year.
The UN human rights body, the UNHCR, says the conflict in Syria has caused a severe internal displacement crisis.
The worsening civil war in Syrian is one of the prime issues attracting comments in this week’s French magazines.
The UN-Arab League special envoy to Syria, Kofi Annan, resigned yesterday complaining of a lack of support for his peace plan.
As fighting intensifies in Syria's main cities, the opposition is suggesting new leaders and road maps for transition.