• WHO Extremely Concerned About Ebola ‘Perfect Storm’ in Congo
    WHO Extremely Concerned About Ebola ‘Perfect Storm’ in Congo
  • Tanzania Ferry Death Toll Rises to 224, Ship’s Managers Detained
    Tanzania Ferry Death Toll Rises to 224, Ship’s Managers Detained
  • Death Toll 209 as Survivor Found in Capsized Tanzania Ferry
    Death Toll 209 as Survivor Found in Capsized Tanzania Ferry
  • Survivor Pulled From Capsized Tanzanian Ferry as Death Toll Reaches 207
    Survivor Pulled From Capsized Tanzanian Ferry as Death Toll Reaches 207
  • Death Toll Reaches 136 in Tanzania Ferry Disaster With Scores Missing
    Death Toll Reaches 136 in Tanzania Ferry Disaster With Scores Missing
  • Hundreds Still Missing in Tanzania Ferry Sinking, 44 Confirmed Dead
    Hundreds Still Missing in Tanzania Ferry Sinking, 44 Confirmed Dead
  • South African Lawmakers Latest to Call Out China for ‘Debt-Trap Diplomacy’
    South African Lawmakers Latest to Call Out China for ‘Debt-Trap Diplomacy’
  • China Expands Military Base in Djibouti, Seen as Competing With US Interests in Region
    China Expands Military Base in Djibouti, Seen as Competing With US Interests in Region
  • Interest in Africa Increasing Globally
    Interest in Africa Increasing Globally
  • Ethiopia, Eritrea Leaders Celebrate Peace and New Year at Border Where War Raged
    Ethiopia, Eritrea Leaders Celebrate Peace and New Year at Border Where War Raged
  • 20 Dead as Plane Crashes Into Lake in South Sudan
    20 Dead as Plane Crashes Into Lake in South Sudan
  • Large Portion of South Sudan’s Population Unable to Access Basic Necessities
    Large Portion of South Sudan’s Population Unable to Access Basic Necessities
  • Boko Haram Overruns Key Crossroads Town in Northern Nigeria
    Boko Haram Overruns Key Crossroads Town in Northern Nigeria
  • Egypt Court Sentences 75 to Death by Hanging Over 2013 Protest
    Egypt Court Sentences 75 to Death by Hanging Over 2013 Protest
  • ‘Covered in Blood’: Giraffe Attacks Mother and 3-Year-Old Boy
    ‘Covered in Blood’: Giraffe Attacks Mother and 3-Year-Old Boy
  • Kenyans Wary of China’s One Belt, One Road Investments
    Kenyans Wary of China’s One Belt, One Road Investments
  • 87 Elephants Found Slaughtered in Botswana, Africa
    87 Elephants Found Slaughtered in Botswana, Africa
  • China Lures Tech Talent from Taiwan with Fat Salaries and Perks
    China Lures Tech Talent from Taiwan with Fat Salaries and Perks
  • China Seeks to Downplay Africa Ambitions While Courting Economic Ties
    China Seeks to Downplay Africa Ambitions While Courting Economic Ties
  • Congo’s Top Court Excludes Opposition Leader Bemba From Presidential Election
    Congo’s Top Court Excludes Opposition Leader Bemba From Presidential Election
  • Suicide Car Bomber Attacks Government Office in Somalia
    Suicide Car Bomber Attacks Government Office in Somalia
  • Islamic Extremists in Northeast Nigeria Kill up to 30 Soldiers
    Islamic Extremists in Northeast Nigeria Kill up to 30 Soldiers
  • New Sack Technology Goes Long Way in Safeguarding Grain for Tanzanian Farmers
    New Sack Technology Goes Long Way in Safeguarding Grain for Tanzanian Farmers
  • Congo Trial Over Killings of UN Experts Resumes After Long Suspension
    Congo Trial Over Killings of UN Experts Resumes After Long Suspension