Egypt will lift its state of emergency that was imposed in April 2017 after a series of deadly bombings of churches.
Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok is being held at the home of Sudan's top general, for his safety, General Abdel-Fattah al-Burhan says.
None of the 19 alleged perpetrators of war crimes identified by the Brereton Report have been ‘exonerated’, the Office of the Special Investigator has revealed.
Sudanese military forces have detained the prime minister, arrested cabinet ministers and closed Khartoum airport in an apparent coup.
Clashes between militants and Taliban fighters in western Afghanistan have left at least 16 people dead, hospital officials say.
Clashes between the Somali army and its former ally Ahlu Sunnah Wal Jama'a militia have left at least 30 people dead, officials say.
Ethiopia's campaign of aerial bombardment against rebel forces controlling most of the country's Tigray region has continued with air strikes on Sunday.
A representative of Eswatini's King Mswati III says the monarch plans to convene a meeting where people can express their grievances.
Afghan health officials say a roadside bombing targeting a Taliban vehicle has killed at least two civilians including a child.
Samya Kullab and Tameem Akhgar
The United Nations has suspended all flights to Mekelle after a plane with 11 passengers had to abort landing, a UN spokesman says.
The Ethiopian military has launched a fourth day of raids this week on targets near the capital of the country's Tigray region, a government spokesman says.
The war in Ethiopia has escalated after the government targeted the Tigray region in two airstrikes within hours of each other.
Fourteen people have died after bombs on two buses carrying Syrian troops exploded in Damascus, while shelling in the north of the country has killed ten.
Albert Aji and Bassem Mroue
The UN says it is slashing by more than half its Tigray presence as a government blockade halts humanitarian aid efforts and people die from lack of food.
Bombs attached to a military bus in the Syrian capital Damascus have exploded, killing 14 people.
Contrary to their bid for international recognition, the Taliban have promised land and given money to the families of suicide bombers who attacked the US.
The Tigrayan People's Liberation Front says Ethiopian military air strikes have hit the capital of the country's Tigray region.
Alison Williams and Andrew Heavens
Former US secretary of state Colin Powell has died from COVID-19 complications, his family says in a statement on his Facebook page.
Will Dunham and Arshad Mohammed
Damascus has accused Israeli forces of shooting dead former Israeli prisoner-turned-Syrian MP Medhat Al-Saleh while he was walking in his village in Syria.
Violence in Indian-controlled Kashmir has ramped up with militants shooting dead two migrant labourers.
Lebanon mourns the seven killed in gunbattles that erupted on the streets of Beirut in response to an investigation into the city's port explosion last year.
Sarah El Deeb
Islamic State has claimed responsibility for a mosque suicide attack in southern Afghanistan that left 47 dead.
At least 33 people have been killed in a blast at a Shi'ite mosque in the Afghan city of Kandahar.
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