• Nigeria’s Boko Haram Has Abducted More Than 1,000 Children Since 2013: U.N.
    Nigeria’s Boko Haram Has Abducted More Than 1,000 Children Since 2013: U.N.
  • More Than 250 Killed in Algerian Military Plane Crash
    More Than 250 Killed in Algerian Military Plane Crash
  • Man Takes Incredible Photos of Shark Gulping Down Food Tornado
    Man Takes Incredible Photos of Shark Gulping Down Food Tornado
  • Video Captures Cheetah Jumping Into Car on Safari Trip in Africa
    Video Captures Cheetah Jumping Into Car on Safari Trip in Africa
  • Drug Shortages Cripple Angola’s Health Service
    Drug Shortages Cripple Angola’s Health Service
  • Militants Free Scores of Abducted Nigerian Schoolgirls After Month in Captivity
    Militants Free Scores of Abducted Nigerian Schoolgirls After Month in Captivity
  • Northern White Rhino Doomed to Extinction as Last Male Dies
    Northern White Rhino Doomed to Extinction as Last Male Dies
  • Emirates Flight Attendant Dies After Falling Out of Plane
    Emirates Flight Attendant Dies After Falling Out of Plane
  • Critically Endangered Gorilla and Its Newborn Captured on Film
    Critically Endangered Gorilla and Its Newborn Captured on Film
  • Fate of White South Africans in Question as Government Moves Towards Land Expropriation
    Fate of White South Africans in Question as Government Moves Towards Land Expropriation
  • Report: China’s ‘One Belt, One Road’ Investments Will Bankrupt Partner Countries
    Report: China’s ‘One Belt, One Road’ Investments Will Bankrupt Partner Countries
  • Attackers Attempt to Saw Off Legs of South African Triathlete
    Attackers Attempt to Saw Off Legs of South African Triathlete
  • ‘Significant’ Consequences If China Takes Key Port in Djibouti: US General
    ‘Significant’ Consequences If China Takes Key Port in Djibouti: US General
  • Terrorists Kill 7 in Coordinated Attack on Burkina Faso Capital
    Terrorists Kill 7 in Coordinated Attack on Burkina Faso Capital
  • The World’s Last Male Northern White Rhino Is Dying, Sparking Fears of Species Extinction
    The World’s Last Male Northern White Rhino Is Dying, Sparking Fears of Species Extinction
  • Doctors in Kenya Perform Brain Surgery on Wrong Patient
    Doctors in Kenya Perform Brain Surgery on Wrong Patient
  • Lions Rescued From Iraq, Syria Get New Lease on Life in South Africa
    Lions Rescued From Iraq, Syria Get New Lease on Life in South Africa
  • Man Teaching Computing Without a Computer Has Become an Online Sensation
    Man Teaching Computing Without a Computer Has Become an Online Sensation
  • Nigeria Says 110 Girls Unaccounted for After Boko Haram Attack
    Nigeria Says 110 Girls Unaccounted for After Boko Haram Attack
  • South Sudan Military Officers May Have Committed War Crimes
    South Sudan Military Officers May Have Committed War Crimes
  • Death Toll From Somalia Blasts Rises to 45: Government Official
    Death Toll From Somalia Blasts Rises to 45: Government Official
  • Kenyan Court Revokes Deportation of Kenyan-Canadian Opposition-Linked Lawyer
    Kenyan Court Revokes Deportation of Kenyan-Canadian Opposition-Linked Lawyer
  • Zuma Quits, Ending Scandal-Plagued Term as South African President
    Zuma Quits, Ending Scandal-Plagued Term as South African President
  • Big Cat Poacher Who Was Eaten by the Lions He Was Hunting Is Identified
    Big Cat Poacher Who Was Eaten by the Lions He Was Hunting Is Identified
  • ANC Decides to Remove Zuma as South African President
    ANC Decides to Remove Zuma as South African President
  • South Africa’s ANC Gives Zuma 48 Hours to Quit, State Broadcaster Says
    South Africa’s ANC Gives Zuma 48 Hours to Quit, State Broadcaster Says