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Thousands have fled fighting in eastern Congo.
Congo and Rwanda trade accusations as M23 rebels take the city of Goma.
Herding sheep and goats, and selling them to Gulf states, might be the way out of Somalia’s struggles.
Residents of Kenya's rural north flee, worried about retaliatory attacks from Kenya's security forces.
It was 7 a.m. and the mud ground was littered with empty brandy bottles when CNN finally called it for Barack Obama.
One doctor says Kismayo needs help, and fast.
Somalia's embattled port of Kismayo could fall back to Al Shabaab militants if UN doesn’t lift charcoal embargo soon.
Another leaked UN report claims Rwanda is not only helping Congolese rebels, it is running them.
'Obama has been a disappointment because he promised to close Guantanamo Bay which he didn’t. The foreign policy of the US is not very favorable.'
These are not your trendy Manhattan urban farms.
Secretary Clinton demanded elections before green-lighting UN support for a force to re-claim Mali's north.
Although the military is expected to defeat Africa's most-sophisticated Al Qaeda affiliate, it's unlikely to fully destroy it.
Rising from the chaos of Somalia, Al Shabaab has become Africa’s most dangerous and far-reaching Al Qaeda affiliate.
Local militants groups are hitching onto Al Qaeda’s ideology, giving it new theaters of operation.
Political change is afoot in Mogadishu. But old habits die hard.
With the war over, a ragtag team of underpaid cops is handling security in Mogadishu.
Mogadishu, for the first time in two decades, is a relatively peaceful place to live.
With a new peace settling in Somalia, the country's diaspora is coming home and cashing in.
Former residents of Kismayo, which is ruled by Al Shabaab, an Al Qaeda affiliate in Somalia, offer a rare insight into what it's like to live with Al Qaeda.
Somali women who fled in search of food now face sexual assault in Mogadishu's tangled refugee camps.