Africa today at a glance

Damage inflicted on the centre of Belgian capital Brussels when celebrations over Morocco's November 11, 2017 qualification for the 2018 Russia football World Cup turned violent. PHOTO | BBC 

Equatorial Guinea poll outcome

The Equatorial Guinea parliamentary election results expected following the Sunday vote expected to be dominated by the party of President Teodoro Obiang Nguema, Africa's longest-serving leader.

Vote in Somaliland

The self-proclaimed state of Somaliland votes for a new president, hoping to continue a series of democratic transitions of power that sets it apart from its troubled neighbour Somalia.

SA court verdict

South Africa's former Higher Education minister Mduduzi Manana expected to be sentenced after pleading guilty to brutally beating two women in a nightclub who allegedly called him gay.

Eyes on DR Congo

Monitoring the situation in the DR Congo after some 33 people were feared dead in a freight train accident in the province of Lualaba.

Chaos over Morocco win

More than 20 police officers injured in Brussels when celebrations over Morocco's qualification for football's World Cup turned violent. Morocco beat Cote d'Ivoire 2-0 in Abidjan on Saturday.

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