Forced from office amid widespread street protests, Omar Hassan al-Bashir joins a list of leaders tried over their actions while in power.
A safari guide knew every watering hole in Pendjari National Park in Benin. He did not know that terrorists across the border could reach him in his country.
If the species is wiped out by poachers, Africa’s vast rain forest will lose 7 percent of its carbon storage ability, scientists estimate.
A senior police officer said that Omar Hassan al-Bashir, the country’s deposed leader, had admitted to receiving the money.
The racist comedy trope, unacceptable in the West, is alive and well in mainstream Arab media.
The deal signals an end to eight months of popular protests, the ouster of a dictator and a bloody military-led crackdown.
Two new cases were confirmed in South Kivu, according to the Health Ministry.
Cape Town has become one of the world’s most dangerous cities, and the government has deployed troops to quell the violence. Many residents welcome the soldiers’ presence, but worry about what’s next.
The attack came even as Libya’s warring sides said they had accepted a cease-fire proposed by the United Nations ahead of a Muslim holiday.
A damaged tanker truck exploded in eastern Tanzania as people were trying to siphon fuel out of it Saturday, killing at least 62 in one of the worst incidents of its kind in the East African country.
At least 57 people were killed and 65 others injured on Saturday when a crashed tanker exploded while a crowd was trying to siphon off fuel.
In a rare interview, President Emmerson D. Mnangagwa defended his political and economic record.
Humans may have inhabited sites at high elevations far earlier than once believed, a new study suggests.
Zuleikha Hassan said she took her 5-month-old to the National Assembly because an emergency had left her without child care. She was escorted from the chamber.
The agreements follows years of negotiations to bring an end to sporadic violence that has persisted since a bloody civil war ended in 1992.
The country’s president, Filipe Nyusi, and Ossufo Momade, leader of the Renamo rebel group, pledged to hold peaceful elections on Oct. 15.
A prominent Swedish researcher examining the mystery of the United Nations Secretary General’s 1961 plane crash has been denied access to some government archives.
Military leaders and pro-democracy protesters initialed a constitutional declaration aimed at ending months of bloodshed after the ouster of President Omar Hassan al-Bashir.
Wild dogs have returned to the famed Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique. The first puppy litters were not far behind.
Stella Nyanzi, a researcher and activist, was sentenced to 18 months in prison for a post including sexually explicit criticism of President Yoweri Museveni.