Hundreds more protesters join demonstrations in the Sudananese capital Khartoum. They 'piled on' the roof of a train on their way to the sit-in demonstrations outside the Defence Ministry headquarters, leaving from the birthplace of the uprising that toppled Sudan's former President Omar al-Bashir.
"There are perceptions that are entrenched in societies, which hide the role of women and describe it in certain terms which suggest that a woman going out on the street, standing against injustice is ... heroic. However, it is normal because a woman is a creature with responsibilities."
The GNA's interior ministry said in a statement that it has suspended "all relations between the ministry and the French side" because of "the position of the French government in support of the criminal Haftar."
Dr Denis Mukwege has operated thousands of women who have been brutally raped, and he knows the physical wounds are only half the battle. At Panzi hospital in Bukavu - which he founded 30 years ago in the Democratic Republic of Congo - Doctor Miracle battles on against sexual violence.
Doctor Miracle's reputation spreads well beyond his home country, the Democratic Republic of Congo. He is a global campaigner against the use of rape as a weapon of war - a surgeon who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2018 for his extraordinary work.
Egypt's parliament have approved amendments to the constitution that could keep President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi in power until 2030. The reform must still be endorsed in a referendum which, if approved, would lengthen the country's presidential terms to six years including Sisi's current term.
Italian Prime Minister has called for an immediate cease-fire in Libya and Qatar’s Foreign Minister has said countries must be stopped from supplying arms to Libya. Yesterday Giuseppe Conte hosted a meeting in Rome between Libya's Deputy Prime Minister and the Qatari Foreign Minister.
Egyptologist Zahi Hawass and an Egyptian team opened three sealed sarcophagi from the 26th Dynasty. One contained the well-preserved mummy of a powerful priest, wrapped in linen and decorated with a golden figure depicting Isis, an ancient Egyptian goddess.
"European countries fear for civilians' safety but I can assure that our first concern is the civilians," a spokesman for the Libyan National Army told Euronews after the rebel group launched a military offensive to take Tripoli from the UN-recognised government.