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There was the gesticulating with a prosthesis, the lady with balloons, the bucket ...
Will this trial ever end?
Including the most embarrassing speech Madiba ever gave and just how personal he was allowed to get with Queen Elizabeth.
With love from South Africa.
Boko Haram's series of bombings further south have shattered what small sense of security these city-dwellers once felt.
With each day, fears grow that, even in the event of a rescue, the schoolgirls will never be the same.
With the spotlight trained on the abducted schoolgirls, towns near to the one where they were captured are being slaughtered — and no one seems to care.
Goodluck Jonathan has yet even to visit the village of Chibok.
Two years after coordinated attacks terrorized Nigeria's second largest city, a cautious peace had returned. Until Sunday night, that is.
But they're afraid for girls like them.
Twenty years after the end of apartheid, Mandela's party is starting to give ground to the opposition.
The language in Prime Minister Li Keqiang's official visit this week seems explicitly designed to address prior criticisms of Chinese strategy on the continent.
Widespread disaffection means that the majority of the newest generation of voters won't vote.
The country is better wired and better protected, but more unequal.
Gerrie Nel, famously known as 'the Pit Bull,' continues his epic cross examination.
The Olympic sprinter describes a childhood spent without parents and living in fear of crime.
Relatively few citizens own guns, at least compared to the United States.
New statistics and a new documentary released ahead of World Tuberculosis Day highlight the threat from the resurgent disease.
You might not think the trial of a white man, accused of killing his white girlfriend, would have much to do with race. But when you look at the defense's case, it all becomes clear.
Testimony from the sprinter's ex-girlfriend took a decidedly personal turn on Friday.