Thursday, February 11, 2016

Africa

A National Railways of Zimbabwe employee narrowly escaped death after almost plunging 111 metres down...

Huddled together in the bedroom of their mud-brick home in rural Liberia, Marthaline Sweet's children...

Nigeria has completed a review of its mining licenses and will publish the results next...

Four people were killed in Burundi on Saturday night, including a child selling boiled eggs...

Even the dead weren't safe from Boko Haram when the Islamist insurgency erupted in the...

Tunisia on Saturday completed the construction of a barrier along its border with Libya, months after attacks on its national museum and a beach...

Almost a year after she was rescued from Boko Haram captivity by the Nigerian army, 16-year-old Zara John is still in love with one...

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has declared a state of disaster in most rural parts of the country severely hit by a drought, with 26%...

Zambia closed two government universities on Wednesday following violent student protests over unpaid meal allowances, its higher education minister said. Minister Michael Kaingu said the...

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari urged the international community on Wednesday to help end the turmoil in Libya, warning that it was creating a "strategic...

January marks the anniversary of prodemocracy protests led by the Telema Movement, a crusade of youth and students against President Joseph Kabila’s decision to...

Former Ivorian youth militia boss Charles Ble Goude Tuesday denied any role in deadly post-poll violence that ravaged his country in 2010 and 2011,...
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