Recordings on the AirAsia flight QZ8501's black box don't show any evidence of terrorist involvement in the crash that killed 162 people last month.
The continent's leaders have not shown enough commitment to combating the scourge.
The world is accused of "double-mindedness" when it comes to the crisis in the northeast.
Boko Haram's brutal attacks must spur the continent to action.
We saw that African lives were less important than those of Europeans. Yet what have we done as Africans for the world to see that we value our own?
There have been calls for the world to support those affected by Boko Haram in Nigeria, as they supported France after the attack on 'Charlie Hebdo'.
As we continue to reel from the horrific massacre in Paris, let us all be Charlie – a new byword for global solidarity against the tyranny of fear.
This is the first hostage taken from the US-led coalition battling Isis, but the group is divided over whether or not the plane was shot down by Isis.
African leaders reprimand the West, particularly France, for its intervention in Libya, which they say has left Africa rife with terrorism.
a law that promotes censorship and allows authorities to crack down on suspected terrorists, impeding on human rights, set to be passed in Kenya.
Fifty four Nigerian soldiers have been sentenced to death after refusing to report for duty in an operation against Boko Haram.
Five people fled a central Sydney cafe where a gunman is holding terrified hostages after displaying an Islamic flag at the window.
The "war on terror" has failed to eliminate or reduce terrorism despite trillions being spent on wars in Iraq, Afghanistan and operations elsewhere.
Militants are using the power of the net to create a militant network with near global reach, and GCHQ says it needs greater access to combat this.
Guerrilla group "White Shroud" is hunting down Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant fighters in eastern Syria.
There appears to be no stopping what is now the world's best-armed and fastest-growing terror group as it imposes its rule.
Maite Nkoana-Mashabane discusses her first term as international relations minister, terror in Africa, conflict in Nigeria, and patriotism in SA.
Muslims and Christians in the volatile Nigerian city have closed ranks in the wake of deadly attacks intended to inflame religious tensions.
An attempt to target illegal immigrants and criminals in Kenya has left many Somali residents there feeling harassed.