General Yusuf Rage escaped unhurt when a blast targeted his convoy in the Somali capital.
Two World Health Organization experts have gone to China for a mission to trace the origin of the pandemic.
Two politicians die and 25 others test positive as president promotes herbal remedy as country's 'green gold'.
Duncan quit for personal reasons, the presidency said, less than a week after the sudden death of the prime minister.
Rights organisations say 3,599 people were arrested on charges of defamation between 2015 and May 2019.
After a delay of 15 years, Nigeria's international gas pipeline is finally under way.
Caught between the fighting and COVID lockdowns, Al Jazeera meets a migrant who has come to Libya for a better life.
A community in western Indonesia is banding together to support a group of 99 Rohingya refugees, who they rescued from Indonesian waters late last month.
Why historical buildings in Iraq's capital Baghdad are under threat and what is being done to save them.
Coronavirus pandemic means fewer Africans in diaspora are sending money home. Al Jazeera looks at how Kenyans are affected.
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