New cases are down to 15 a week from a high of 128 in April, but outbreaks are still popping up in remote and dangerous mining areas.
Can a World Cup do for Japanese rugby what an earlier one did for Japanese soccer?
New nonstop flights are dramatically cutting travel time and linking more African cities to the Eastern Seaboard of the United States.
The journalist, Hajar Raissouni, was arrested with her fiancé as they were leaving a gynecologist’s office in the capital last year.
Aid groups and the government of the West African nation have been at a loss to respond to a fast-moving emergency, set off by lawlessness and suspected terrorist attacks in a once-tranquil country.
Carrion flies inside your hood. Sweat turns your gloves into water balloons. This is tough work, but it could predict disease outbreaks.
A conservative, Islamist-backed law professor looked set to assume Tunisia’s presidency in the country that unleashed the Arab Spring pro-democracy uprisings.
About 15 people were killed, suggesting the spread of an Islamist insurgency in West Africa.
Staff Sgt. Alex Conrad, 26, died from wounds he received during a militant attack on a small outpost in Somalia.
Mr. Abiy spearheaded a peace accord in his region and catalyzed reforms at home.
An application from the former president to end a case accusing him of receiving bribes from an arms manufacturer was dismissed. He could appeal.
The author Zukiswa Wanner understands why the Kenyan capital is a magnet. She shares her favorite places in her adopted city.
Nabil Karoui, one of the two candidates in the runoff to become Tunisia’s president, was released after threatening to seek postponement of Sunday’s vote.
Four nations — Britain, Russia, South Africa and the United States — may be withholding information that could help solve the mystery, a prominent jursit concluded.
The Rev. Gregg Schoof is one of several outspoken evangelical pastors who have criticized the Rwandan government for allowing access to abortion and birth control, and for teaching evolution.
Rescue vessels picked up 22 survivors from the boat, which had set off from Tunisia, but the Italian Coast Guard said it feared that many others might have died.
The businessman, television boss and presidential contender Nabil Karoui has been held on corruption and money-laundering charges since August. That poses problems, whether he wins or loses.
A Dutch civil servant says he hid the precious artifact away in his home for more than 20 years. Now, he hopes it can be returned to Ethiopia.
Deadly attacks have erupted in South Africa in recent years, with some accusing foreigners of taking their jobs or committing crimes.