As world's attention focuses on offensive against al-Shabab, Somali government begins to shackle the local media.
Poor communication and misleading information make covering Africa's remote areas even more difficult.
AU and government forces attempt to strangle al-Shabab's access to money and weapons with new operation on coastline.
Al Jazeera's reporter joins EU force in Bangui who keep Christians and Muslims apart in bid to maintain calm.
Despite a truce, deep distrust remains between Muslims and Christians in Central African Republic's mining town of Boda.
Hundreds of children are traumatised after being separated from their parents during the country's heavy fighting.
Despite ceasefire, most classrooms remain empty with students too afraid to return.
The country, which struggled with violence for months is not getting enough international funding to heal wounds.
Prison sentences for editor and human rights lawyer have been criticised by rights groups and the US State Department.
Beyond the politics, the blame game, the shenanigans – Kenyans continue to live in fear – nowhere seems safe anymore.
The disarmament of FDLR rebels in DRC is seen as a significant step but some critics question the sincerity of the move.