Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
South African prosecutor Gerrie Nel indicated on Tuesday that he would wrap up his searing cross-examination of Oscar Pistorius, who has now spent more than a week in the witness box.
MOGADISHU - Reuters
Somali Islamist militants said 'Western' forces attacked a house in one of its coastal bases in the town of Barawe under the cover of dark, killing one rebel fighter
KHARTOUM - Reuters
Gunmen have killed four Sudanese during mostly peaceful protests, the police said, as thousands prepared to bury one victim and more demonstrations were expected
LAGOS - Reuters
A small chartered passenger plane with 27 people onboard crashed shortly after take-off at Lagos airport's domestic terminal on Thursday and at least five people were killed, authorities said.
DAMATURU - Reuters
Gunmen killed at least 40 people Sept.29 in an attack on a college in northeast Nigeria, a hospital source said
KHARTOUM - Agence France-Presse
Fuel price hikes that sparked deadly protests in Sudan were designed to prevent economic meltdown, President Omar al-Bashir said
At least 29 people have been killed in protests in Khartoum over fuel subsidy cuts, police said on Sept. 26 as more clashes broke out in Khartoum
Tunisia’s Islamist-led government agreed Sept. 28 to resign after negotiations that could start next week with secular opponents
Six Sudanese protesters were killed on Sept. 25 in clashes with security forces on a third day of unrest over a cut in fuel subsidies, medics and relatives said.
The Turkish Foreign Ministry has issued a travel warning on Sudan due to the latest unrest, precipitated by the recent cancelation of fuel subsidies
LONDON - Reuters
A British national has been arrested in Nairobi following the mall siege that killed at least 67 people, the Foreign Office in London said
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