Sisi told a youth conference in Cairo on Saturday the accusations were "lies and slander" designed to "break the will of Egyptians"
Libya announced the resumption of production on Monday at its largest oil field and the loading of crude at a shipping terminal, following a three-day suspension...
The deal reached Friday followed two days of hard-won talks brokered by Ethiopian and African Union mediators
120 migrants were detained in the hangar which was directly hit by the strike.
State media reported that seven people were killed as tens of thousands rallied to demand a civilian government
This attack against national security agents has nothing to do with tourists -Tourism Minister, Rene Trabelsi
Protesters have been staging sporadic and scattered demonstrations in recent days in the capital, Khartoum
Victims were killed in an attempted coup by a "hit squad" under the orders of Amhara security chief Asaminew Tsige
In case you missed it, here are the stories across Africa that made the headlines on June 24, 2019; all in one minute.
Egypt play Zimbabwe in the opening match of the tournament and have Salah as their talisman