At least 16 people died and 50 were wounded in Libya in four days of clashes between rival factions that were reportedly sparked by a monkey.
Iran’s representative at a meeting of the International Criminal Court (ICC) called on the tribunal to address the concerns of a number of African nations that have decided to withdraw from the court, describing it as sign of discontent with the organization’s conduct.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry slammed as unacceptable the killing of Nigerian Muslims by the police in the African country’s northern state of Kano.
A senior Iranian trade official says that Iran can reach African markets through Lebanon as the country affects all economic activities in Africa.
Iran’s Health Minister says the private sectors of Iran and Algeria have a good chance to further improve mutual cooperation.
Mohammad Masjed-Jamei, who once was Iran's Ambassador to Rabat, believes that the reopening of Moroccan embassy in Iran indicates the country’s willingness to keep its distance from Saudi Arabia because of its adverse condition in the region.
Dozens were killed and hundreds wounded after crowded passenger train has gone off the tracks along the route that links capital Yaounde with economic hub Douala.
Foreign Minister of Ivory Coast Abdullah Albert Toikeusse Mabri expressed the West African country’s willingness to develop partnership with Iran in the energy industry.
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has been widely criticised for saying his wife, Aisha, belongs in his kitchen and living room, in response to the first lady’s public criticism of the president’s appointments.
Morocco has appointed an ambassador to Tehran in a sign of improvement in political relations between the two countries after almost seven years of estrangement.