French reporter attacked near Cairo's Tahrir Square
The France 24 TV correspondent was attacked near Cairo's Tahrir Square, the network said.
Ashanti crown jewels stolen from Ghana's King Otumfuo Osei Tutu II in Norway hotel
Norwegian police are investigating the theft of the Ashanti crown jewels from Ghana's King Otumfuo Osei Tutu II at a hotel in Oslo.
US hedge fund seized an Argentine naval ship
Elliot Capital Management took control of the ARA Libertad after Argentina's government failed to pay back a 2001 bond.
Ivory Coast closes border with Ghana
Ivory Coast closed its border with Ghana Friday after at least 10 people were killed in attacks from the neighboring country on its security forces.
John Atta Mills: Ghana president dead
Ghana's President John Atta Mills has died, according to a statement from the president's office.
Ghana: Peace Corps volunteers arrested in murder investigation
Ghana: Peace Corps volunteers arrested for killing a local man who tried to rob them.
Ghana: 2 Peace Corps volunteers arrested for alleged murder
Two members of the US Peace Corps in Ghana are accused of fatally stabbing a man who attempted to mug them.
Ghana: Cargo plane crashes into bus full of passengers
A cargo plane in Ghana crashed into a bus full of passengers, killing ten people.
African aquifer called 'huge' in groundbreaking water study
Huge swaths of the African continent, where many people do not have access to clean drinking water, sit atop up to a million cubic kilometers of water.
The great masturbation debate of Ghana
Pastors in Ghana can’t agree whether masturbation is a sin against God.
Ghana soccer coach Goran Stevanovic accuses players of witchcraft
A leaked report on the Black Stars' failures at the 2012 Africa Cup of Nations revealed coach Goran Stevanovic's comments on the Ghana team, according to the BBC.
Sudan: JEM rebels release UNAMID peacekeepers in Darfur
Rebels from Sudan's Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) claim to have captured 52 international peacekeepers, three of whom they accuse of being Sudanese intelligence agents.
Giant African snails invade Florida (VIDEO)
Giant African land snails have come to America from Africa, landing in Florida backyards where they eat stucco and garden plants, and leave trails of revolting slime.
Somalia famine over, UN says, but Sahel food crisis worsens
Famine conditions in Somalia have ended, but a serious emergency situation remains in the war-torn nation, while the UN is also concerned about a growing food crisis in the Sahel region of West Africa.
Economic crisis blamed for Global Fund cuts to AIDS, TB, malaria grants
The biggest backer in fight against AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria says it must cut grants because of a funding shortfall, largely from European countries hit by the economic crisis.
“Hundreds dead” in Sudan border battles
A northern official claims to have beaten back a rebel assault as conflicts simmer along north-south border.
New malaria vaccine halves risk of infection
Trials of a new malaria vaccine called RTS,S have found that the jab could half the risk of infection, potentially saving millions of lives worldwide.
It's thrilling: the rise of Africa's amusement parks
What Africa's booming middle class really wants is a roller coaster.
New concerns emerge over North Korea's nuclear program (Satellite Images)
Satellite images show fresh construction at the Yongbyon nuke site.
Scientology’s global disaster squad
Inside the religion’s unorthodox healing missions.
Uganda's new oil will have far-reaching effects
Influx of earnings may boost jobs and economy, but also fuel corruption.
Ghana: Teaching the techniques of fish farming
Farm in Ghana specializes in aquaculture training.
Ghana TV quiz promotes math and science
Popular high school math and science competition takes country by storm.
Full Frame: Life without lights
1.6 billion people worldwide live without electricity. These are their faces.
Life without lights
More than a billion people live without electricity. These are their faces.
Opinion: Ghana must ensure oil benefits country
Environment must be protected from new offshore oilfields.
World Cup 2010: Superb soccer crosses all borders
Climax of world's biggest sports tourney brings all nationalities together.
World Cup: Uruguay beats Ghana in shootout
Africa's hopes dashed as Uruguay wins in penalty shootout.
World Cup 2010: Ghana the pride of Africa
Hopes of Africa ride on Ghana's Black Stars but South Africans also support Brazil.
World Cup: American epitaph
We have witnessed, arguably, the best performance by an US team in World Cup history.
World Cup 2010: soccer stars and stories
As the soccer tournament begins, follow the stars, the teams, the stories that make World Cup 2010 compelling.