Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Africa

Angola's yellow fever outbreak has killed more than 300 people since December, with cases of...

  Dozens of prisoners in South Sudan are being held in conditions amounting to torture, crammed...

Ivory Coast police Thursday arrested a driver who allegedly transported weapons used in a jihadist...

Tensions are soaring in the Democratic Republic of Congo where veteran President Joseph Kabila is...

The party of Burkina Faso President Roch Marc Christian Kabore has won municipal elections seen...

Rose Edet never thought buying tomatoes for her busy Lagos restaurant would be an issue. But the rising cost is causing her a headache...

Several thousand Zimbabweans joined a march through Harare in support of veteran President Robert Mugabe on Wednesday after the main opposition party staged its...

Anyebe Peter has only recently returned to his farm in central Nigeria, nearly three months after attacks by Fulani herdsmen killed seven villagers, destroyed...

Fifty-Three years ago today, the founders of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU) and later African Union, showed great purpose in leading the world...

The only African cases of the Zika virus strain linked to surging cases of neurological disorders and birth defects are under control on Cape...

A Kenyan court charged nine men on Tuesday for their role in a protest against an electoral oversight body, a lawyer said, after the...