US investors tap into African beer market
The continent's youthful demographics combined with local production are a recipe for a profit.
HRW urges probe into alleged ill-treatment of Gaddafi son
An undated video reportedly shows prison guards beating Saadi Gaddafi and other inmates.
The UN has set itself some ambitious new goals
No. 1? End poverty in all forms everywhere.
The number of African millionaires is set to grow by nearly 50 percent over the next 10 years
The rich are getting richer, but inequality is on the rise.
Affection returns to Sierra Leone as Ebola ebbs
Amy Maxmen reports on efforts to rebuild the public health care system now that the infectious disease has subsided.
6 endangered animals that poaching might take from us forever
Cecil the lion is just the tip of the iceberg.
Obama probably won't be invited to speak at the African Union again any time soon
The US president tore into corrupt African leaders without mentioning any names.
Obama just pulled off two important firsts for a sitting US president
Obama addressed all of Africa at the headquarters of the African Union in Ethiopia today.
Libyan court sentences Gaddafi son Saif, eight other ex-officials to death
US-LIBYA-SECURITY:Libyan court sentences Gaddafi son Saif, eight other ex-officials to death
Burundi President Pierre Nkurunziza wins controversial third term
The United States, European Union and former colonial power Belgium said the vote lacked credibility.
Like soccer, but sick of FIFA? This is the World Cup for you
CONIFA is the soccer confederation for breakaway states, micronations and other minority peoples.
After $3.4 billion pledge to Ebola response, concerns persist about preparedness for next outbreak
Many health experts remain cautious about how the international community is internalizing the lessons learned from the epidemic
Global warming will fuel mass migration and terrorism
Extreme competition for water and productive land will likely be a source of conflict in the future.
Ugandan police arrest two top presidential challengers
Both were taken into custody ahead of planned campaign rallies.
Women and girls endure unspeakable horrors during war and the UN isn't doing enough about it
Commentary: The international organization's efforts to prevent sexual violence has failed to stop abductions and forced marriages by extremists.
Tunisia declares state of emergency after beach attack
Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi on Saturday declared a state of emergency following last week's jihadist beach massacre in which 38 foreign tourists were killed.
Abuse of Congo's LGBT community puts US Supreme Court ruling in perspective (PHOTOS)
The Democratic Republic of the Congo denies LGBTs their basic human rights.
South Sudan army raped then burnt girls alive: UN
Witnesses also described how troops made a women squeeze "burning-red coals" in her hands to reveal the whereabouts of rebels or cattle.
Love in the time of Ebola: How sex is keeping the outbreak alive
Ebola has proved resilient. But people are keeping it going, too.
Horror on the sand in Tunisian hotel massacre
'When he saw a Tunisian he shouted out 'Get out of the way' and shot at foreigners,' said Wadia, a waiter.
First lions to return to Rwanda after its war wiped them out over 20 years ago
Seven lions, two males and five females, are being transported from South Africa right now.
Tunisia beach resort massacre death toll rises to 37
The attack happened the same day that a suicide bomber killed 25 people at a Shiite mosque in Kuwait and a suspected Islamist beheaded a person in a factory in France.
Rwandan protesters call for the release of spy chief accused of ordering massacres
Karenzi Karake, the head of Rwanda's National Intelligence and Security Services, is accused of ordering reprisal killings in the aftermath of the 1994 Rwandan genocide.
There are now more refugees around the world than any other time in the last 50 years
The world is breaking the wrong kinds of records.
The terrorist formerly known as 'The Uncatchable' might just need a new nickname
Algerian terrorist leader Mokhtar Belmokhtar is dead. Or is he?
Libya says 'uncatchable' veteran militant killed in US strike
Military sources said an air strike on a farmhouse near Benghazi on Saturday had killed seven members of the Ansar al Sharia militant group.
Africa and the ICC: A vexed relationship
A court order blocking the departure from South Africa of Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir brings to the fore the troubled relationship between Africa and the world tribunal.
Anti-LGBT groups are making inroads across East Africa
In Africa, 37 of 54 countries consider homosexual acts criminal.
In three weeks, being gay won't be a crime anymore in Mozambique
The country's new penal code, which removes articles criminalizing homosexuality, will come into effect June 29.
The Islamic State claims to have captured the Libyan city of Sirte
The Islamic State group claimed to have seized full control Tuesday of the Libyan city of Sirte from the Fajr Libya militia, including a power plant, according to a US monitor.
New case of UN soldier accused of child sex abuse in Central African Republic
The new allegation came just a day after UN officials ordered an independent review of the organization's handling of alleged child sex abuse in the country.