Authorities have evacuated around 50 survivors of the deadly attack on a luxury Nairobi hotel, which claimed a US citizen and a British citizen among the 15 reportedly dead.
Protesters were met with tear gas after barricading roads and burning tyres in response to President Emmerson Mnangagwa's raising of fuel prices and an unfolding economic crisis.
- by MacDonald Dzirutwe
The result will undercut Felix Tshisekedi's ability to deliver on campaign promises to make a break with the 18-year Kabila era.
- by Stanis Bujakera
Military officers had staged an apparent coup attempt early on Monday, seizing the state radio station and declaring their dissatisfaction with President Ali Bongo.
- by Gerauds Wilfried Obangome
The delay is the latest setback in a disorganised poll to pick a successor to President Joseph Kabila who has ruled since 2001.
The unions organising the protests are urging people to stay on the streets until they usher in 2019 after midnight, local time.
Vote counting has begun, but the election commission says provisional results will be announced in a week and definitive ones by January 15.
- by Max Bearak
Officials did not say whether the suspects were connected to the attack near the pyramids, but said three raids across the country took place simultaneously.