The baby twitches his legs in pain in the video.
A civil war within a civil war has broken out in Yemen.
U.N. sources say Yemen's Houthi rebels have banned over 35 U.N. and international agencies and relief groups from working in the territory under their control, citing lack of proper clearance.
A top politician says that a former Egyptian army chief of staff will contest the upcoming presidential elections in March, as other candidates have faced heavy pressure to drop out.
Family members and a detainee say Yemeni security forces this week opened fire on detainees in the southern port city of Aden, wounding 12.
An international rights group says Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi has given a "green light" to systematic torture inside detention facilities, allowing officers to act with "almost total impunity."
Libyan security officials and militia members say that the country's struggling government in Tripoli has paid militias implicated in trafficking to now prevent migrants from crossing the Mediterranean to Europe, under a deal backed by Italy.
Yemeni security officials say the Saudi-led coalition has carried out airstrikes, hitting a small hotel near the capital of Sanaa and killing dozens of Shiite Houthi rebels and civilians.
Activists behind a women's rally in southern Yemen say female security forces descended on the demonstration, beating the women and dispersing the small gathering.
They call it the "grill": The victim is tied to a spit like a roast and spun furiously within a circle of fire.
Egyptian state TV says 23 people were killed and 25 wounded in an attack by gunmen on a bus carrying Coptic Christians south of Cairo.
The father and younger brother of the suspect in the Manchester concert bombing have been detained in Libya, where anti-terror authorities said the brother confessed to knowing "all the details" of the deadly plot.