820 dead, 672 injured after earthquake in Morocco - State TV
The municipality of Agadir in Morocco says the city's grand square is open to receive residents from affected areas by the earthquake.
Death toll from powerful earthquake in Morocco rises to 632, with 329 people injured
Morocco's Ministry said that at least 632 people had died. Another 329 people were injured. Casualty figures were expected to rise more as the search continues and as rescuers reach remote areas
2 month ago
Effects of the earthquake that struck Morocco700 Killed 1500 Inured Morocco
Morocco earthquake death toll rises to at least 692 , 1500 injured.The figure is likely to increase further
Moroccan TV: The number of earthquake victims rose to 632 and 329 people were injured
Search for survivors trapped under rubble as Morocco hit by deadly earthquake
UAE President: We stand by our brothers in Morocco and stand in solidarity with them in these difficult times
Heavy Damage reports after M6.8 earthquake hit Morocco.
Massive Damage reports after M6.8 earthquake hit Morocco
Earthquake of magnitude 4.9 - 61 km NE of Taroudant, Morocco
Earthquake of magnitude 6.8 - Morocco
Prime Minister of the putschist government in Niger: Talks are underway for the "quick" withdrawal of French forces
The Economic Community of Central African States demands the return of constitutional order to Gabon and denounces the use of force
A source in the Elysee: The solution in Gabon is not a coup, but free and fair elections that guarantee the aspirations of the Gabonese people
The White House: We are following the very worrying situation in Gabon, and Washington supports the Gabonese people
The President of Nigeria: We follow the developments in Gabon closely and we have deep concern about the political and social stability there
The President of Gabon via a recorded video: I call on citizens to "make a noise" after the coup attempt
Gabon State TV: President Ali Bongo is under house arrest in Gabon
The African Peace and Security Council will hold a meeting tomorrow to discuss the military coup in Gabon
Gabon: celebrations in the early morning hours in Libreville, as people wake up to the news that president Ali Bongo has been overthrown by the military
EU foreign policy official: What is happening in West Africa is a big problem for Europe
Negotiation with the military government in Niger must be the "foundation of our approach", Nigerian President Bola Tinubu said on Thursday in Abuja at the opening of a new ECOWAS summit on Niger.
The US State Department: We are very concerned about the safety of the Nigerien President, who is detained by the Military Council
Islamic State in the Greater Sahel (ISGS) has published images of the execution of "two Wagner spies in Anderamboukane", in the Menaka region
3 month ago
The U.S. Embassy in Niger has released an “Urgent Security Alert” advising that any American Citizens still in the Capital of Niamey to Shelter-in-Place until further notice and to not attempt to enter the Downtown Areas near the Presidential Palace due to an Increase in Security Forces; a Curfew has also been put in place for U.S. Embassy Personnel due to the ongoing Situation"
First group of PMC Wagner instructors have arrived from Mali to Niger
Nigerian President Tinubu seeks his country's Senate support to back a regional military intervention in neighbouring Niger
4 month ago
The last round of contacts between the military junta and ECOWAS has failed and the talks have collapsed when the delegation left the country. Parallel to this, the Nigerian junta has withdrawn from their functions the ambassadors in France, the United States, Togo and Nigeria.