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Disease, war, famine and death. The four horsemen of the apocalypse will all be in the world's newest country before the year is out.
The country is both beautiful and tragic as hunger and violence take hold.
Alarmed by the rise in attacks, the government is concentrating on immigrants from neighboring Somalia. But what if the threat comes from Kenyans, instead?
Training the army that will either stabilize the country, or fail it.
What our correspondent saw when he checked in on a campaign against Al Shabaab.
The Kenyan government's latest shoot-itself-in-the-foot crackdown on Somali immigrants has convinced many to return on their own.
In Cape Town, gay bars abound. In other countries nearby, homosexual acts can get you tossed into prison.
Need to defend a strongman up for crimes against humanity charges? Kenya has the answer.
The ins and outs of a bizarre diplomatic spat.
From why it's happening to why it matters.
An Africa celebrity do-gooder scorecard
It's not looking good: Gay people can now get life sentences.
Guess how many elephants are killed each day in Africa.
A very personal view from Nairobi, where Greste's colleagues protested outside the Egyptian embassy on Tuesday.
A botched assassination attempt, piles of cash in a car trunk and an embarrassment for the World Bank — film rights, anyone?
The grass is always greener, especially in Kenya.
Elsewhere on the continent, homosexual acts are punishable by imprisonment.
South Sudan is the US's foreign-policy godchild. Now, the country is descending into civil war, and the American pleas for peace are being ignored.
Explainer: There's been a key development in crumbling CAR. GlobalPost's senior correspondent in Africa decodes the past, present and future of a very big problem.
GlobalPost's senior correspondent in East Africa decodes what you need to know about Africa's biggest problem of the moment.