Africa today at a glance

Convicted Somaliland journalist Mohamed Adan Dirir. PHOTO | COMMITTEE TO PROTECT JOURNALISTS 

Liberia election outcome

Liberians await the results of the presidential and the House of Representatives elections that will see President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf replaced after 12 years in office.

Kenya poll crisis

Kenya's opposition coalition, the National Super Alliance (Nasa), calls its supporters to take to the streets after its candidate Raila Odinga announces withdrawal from the October 26 presidential repeat election.

Year-old Anglophone crisis

The Anglophone crisis in Cameroon turns one-year old. The unrest started as lawyers' strike on October 11, 2016 and has seen more than 100 people killed.

Top cops in Cameroon

Police chiefs from 24 countries continue a high level meeting on terrorism in Central and West Africa in the Cameroon capital Yaoundé.

Russian PM in Morocco

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev visits Morocco.

Egypt hosts talks

Talks aimed at mending the crippling decade-long rift between Palestinian factions Hamas and Fatah continue in Egyptian capital Cairo.

CPJ reacts

The Committee to Protect Journalists condemns the conviction and sentencing of Somaliland journalist Mohamed Adan Dirir during a one-day trial held without the journalist's lawyer.

Can Kiir deliver on his promise of peace and stability in South Sudan?

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