Sekou Koita and Moussa Doumbia scored in Mali's 2-1 win over Namibia in Windhoek, which clinched an eighth consecutive appearance at the African football showcase.
The incident on Thursday is the latest in a series of at least eight shipwrecks in the Mediterranean sea since 1 October, said UN's International Organisation for Migration
Investigators in France, Tunisia, and Italy are trying to determine the motive of chief suspect Ibrahim Issaoui, and whether he acted alone and whether he premeditated Thursday’s attack on the Notre Dame Basilica
Seven Indians kidnapped in Libya, govt in touch with country's authorities to secure their release, says MEA
The Indians were kidnapped at Asshwerif on 14 September while on their way to the Tripoli airport to catch a flight to India, said MEA spokesperson Anurag Srivastava
Lockdowns begin across Africa after COVID-19 cases cross 1,000 in 42 nations; Nigeria shuts all airports to international flights
Meanwhile, two senior representatives in Africa appeared to defy their own travel restrictions to attend another president’s inauguration.
Voting begins for Tunisian presidential runoff; law professor Kais Saied takes on media magnate Nabil Karoui
Tunisians voted Sunday in a presidential runoff pitting a conservative academic against a media magnate fresh out of jail.
US Open 2019: Ons Jabeur employs slice and drop shots learnt on football fields to push Karolina Pliskova to the brink
The 6’1 Pliskova looked distinctly uncomfortable in the two-hour clash against Jabeur, who managed to slice the ball low and keep it out of Pliskova’s hitting zone.
In the recent rankings released by FIFA, India fell two places to 103 after it lost two matches and drew one in the Intercontinental Cup earlier this month
Africa Cup of Nations 2019: Tournament top-scorer Odion Ighalo helps Nigeria beat Tunisia in third-place playoff
Nigeria beat Tunisia 1-0 in the third-place playoff of the Africa Cup of Nations on the back of Odion Ighalo's fifth goal of the tournament
Africa Cup of Nations 2019: Algeria, Senegal coaches headline tournament final ahead of Riyad Mahrez vs Sadio Mane battle
Both Algeria and Senegal will play their only second Africa Cup final, with Algeria having won once while Senegal will be vying for their maiden title
Senegal centre-back Kalidou Koulibaly has been suspended for the final after his second violation in three matches came in the semifinal against Tunisia
Africa Cup of Nations 2019: Senegal striker Sadio Mane says it would be an 'absolute dream' to guide his team to glory
Senegal star Sadio Mane says helping Liverpool win the Champions League was special, but his absolute dream is parading the Africa Cup of Nations trophy through the streets of Dakar.
Africa Cup of Nations 2019: Madagascar's dream run in first tournament appearance cut short by belligerent Tunisia in quarter-final
Tunisia secured a place in the semifinals of the Africa Cup of Nations by beating Madagascar and will face tournament favourites Senegal on Sunday
Africa Cup of Nations 2019: As quarter-finals approach, Senegal and Algeria favourites to meet in title clash
While Senegal have a relatively easy course to the finals, Algeria must beat Ivory Coast before they meet the winner of South Africa vs Nigeria
Africa Cup of Nations 2019: Tunisia stun Ghana on penalties to end 54-year tournament losing streak against Black Stars
Tunisia defeated Ghana 5-4 on penalties Monday with Ferjani Sassi converting the decisive spot-kick to end a 54-year Africa Cup of Nations losing streak against the Black Stars
Tunisian Ons Jabeur will be the only player from Africa in the women's singles draw at Wimbledon 2019, also being the highest ranked women's singles player from Africa
Double suicide attacks rock Tunisian capital even as president's hospitalisation plunges country into uncertainty
Thursday's blasts — one on a central avenue and another against a security base — killed a police officer and wounded at least eight people including several civilians, the interior ministry said.
Protests in Tunisia after scribe Abderrazak Zorgui sets himself on fire; journalists' union blames State for his death
Journalist Abderrazak Zorgui posted a video online before his self-immolation in the struggling provincial city of Kasserine describing his desperation and calling for revolt. He expressed frustration at unemployment and the unfulfilled promises of Tunisia's 2011 Arab Spring revolution. Authorities said Zorgui died of his injuries Monday soon after being taken to the hospital.
Daily Bulletin: Day-long bank strike today; Congress to revisit Mandsaur farmers' protest case; day's top stories
Today's top stories: Bank strike to affect services at state-owned lenders; toll in the Indonesia tsunami rises to 429, with 154 still missing; KC Venugopal meets senior leaders amid growing dissent among Karnataka Congress MLAs; and more.
After Italy and Malta refuse entry to migrants rescued off Libya, Spain opens territorial waters for their ship carrying hundreds
Spain on Saturday authorised a ship carrying hundreds of migrants rescued off Libya to sail to its waters after Italy and Malta refused to receive them.