At least nineteen Ethiopians have been discovered suffocated, in the back of a Zambian container truck, in the DR Congo.
A Saudi border guard has been killed, and a further three wounded, following the detonation of a landmine along the country’s border with Yemen.
An official from the country’s ruling party has been shot dead in Burundi, in the latest of a series of tit-for-tat killings.
Several explosions, and heavy gunfire, has been reported in the Libyan capital, Tripoli, the cause of which was not immediately clear.
At least one South African soldier has been killed, and another wounded, after gunmen ambushed their military convoy, in Sudan’s restive Darfur region.
At least 12 people have been killed, following an attack, by suspected Ugandan rebels, in eastern DR Congo.
An investigation is underway, after a Chadian peacekeeper opened fire, inside a UN base in Mali, killing his commander and a doctor in the unit.
At least three soldiers have been killed, and a further two wounded, after gunmen opened fire on a military checkpoint, in Mali.
At least one person has died, after a category five cyclone, the highest level for a storm to be measured, struck the Pacific nation of Fiji.
Fighting, among youths, has killed at least five people, and wounded a further 30, at a UN compound, in South Sudan.