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Kenya’s government has been widely criticized for 'non-cooperation' with prosecutors.
A march and sit-in dubbed Tumechoka, meaning 'We are tired' in Swahili, protests government inaction in the face of rising insecurity and terrorism.
Emile Gafirita said he had evidence that Paul Kagame ordered the shooting down of the Rwandan presidential plane 20 years ago. And then he disappeared.
Media, activists, politicians and even Hollywood have all repeated the story of Al Shabaab's lucrative ivory trade. But some experts on the ground are doubtful.
International pressure is on for a swift transfer of power into civilian hands. But will it happen?
For example, the interim president isn't actually eligible to run for president.
As Zambia’s president dies in office, protesters in Burkina Faso are trying to stop their own leader from doing the same.
Drones are used for killing, but many are also making the world a better place.
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Anthropologists argue that authorities and medical workers won't stop Ebola until they do more to help West Africans mourn.
Those most responsible for the suffering are staying at luxury hotels, unable to agree during daytime negotiations but happy to mingle in the bar at night. Western supporters are getting fed up.
Brutal, unforgiving violence has touched everyone in Malakal, a town that's seen the worst of South Sudan's civil war.
It's relatively safe in Pathai, so tens of thousands of South Sudanese are trying to get there.
'When it started happening, all the memories of Srebrenica, all the faces, came back to me.'
President Obama says US strategy against terrorism in Somalia offers a model for taking on the Islamic State.
Tuesday, the world learned that a US missile strike in southern Somalia on Monday had targeted Ahmed Godane, the leader of Al Shabaab, a terrorist with a $7 million bounty on his head.
Kenya's filmmakers are upending Hollywood tropes and giving the world a more complex view of their homeland.
The current outbreak is on track to kill more people than all previous outbreaks combined. There aren't enough doctors. And women are at particular risk.
Should the experimental drugs that have been given to two Americans be sent to Liberia?
Where the virus comes from, what it does to its victims and why this outbreak is so bad.