Bemba's MLC troops helped put down an attempted coup in neighbouring CAR, in months-long campaign of horrific abuses against civilian population.
The ins and outs of screwworm sex may not sound like a topic that would arouse passions.
Workers of an Australian mining and engineering giant have reportedly been taken hostage, and their driver shot dead, after a hold-up on Wednesday.
A veteran leader has suggested negotiating with the DRC president but only on strict conditions.
'Sixty-one critically malnourished people were among 478 children, 196 women and 23 men brought to the state capital Maiduguri from Bama on Monday'
President Buhari’s initial announcement to wind down an earlier amnesty deal by 2018 is said to have contributed to the re-emergence of militancy.
Social media giant Facebook retracted its ban of an Australian ad featuring a plus-sized model after being accused of body-shaming.
Eritrean President blames US for the exodus of youth to Europe, as a ploy to weaken Eritrea's government.
British PM has published his tax returns following the leak of the Panama Papers that linked him to his father's offshore investment account.
Iceland's prime minister Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson is the first political casualty of the Panama Papers leak.
The prime minister stressed that no government had done more to fight tax evasion in the United Kingdom and at international level than his had.