Analysis: Is The Hague racist?
The African Union claims the International Criminal Court is a racist institution hunting down Africans because of the color of their skin. But that’s not the end of the story.
Blackout grips Kenya with power grid failure
Power grid problems leave Kenyans in the dark.
Africa has greater potential than India: Stanchart
Banks around the world are attracted to the continent's rapidly growing economies.
Michael Adebolajo, one of the suspected Woolwich attackers, was arrested in 2010
Michael Adebolajo was arrested in Kenya, where he was suspected of preparing to join terrorist group al-Shabab.
Kenya: 40 mentally ill patients escape Nairobi psychiatric hospital
Kenya police are searching for 40 mentally ill patients who escaped from Nairobi's Mathari Mental Hospital after overpowering guards on Sunday.
UK negotiating compensation for Mau Mau prison camp survivors
The British government is negotiating a possible payout to Kenyans who were tortured by colonial officials during the Mau Mau uprising.
Kenya's new 'Lunatic Express' to remake town as region's trade hub
Authorities are planning a $25 billion infrastructure venture that will link one of Kenya’s seaside towns to neighboring South Sudan and Ethiopia.
In Kenya, 2 Iranians get life in prison on terror-related charges
Sayed Mousavi and Ahmad Mohammed were sentenced Monday to life in prison for allegedly plotting terror attacks in Nairobi and other cities in 2012.
Ethiopian Airlines returns Boeing 787 Dreamliner to service
Ethiopian Airlines today became the first airline to fly Boeing's 787 Dreamliner since regulators ordered the aircraft grounded three months ago.
Is this the end of expensive air travel in Africa?
Government regulations and fuel costs mean even short flights in Africa carry exorbitant prices, but a new airline is trying to bring that cost down.
London marathoners keep calm and carry on
Kenya's Priscah Jeptoo won the women's race, after an accident slowed Olympic champion Tiki Gelana. Ethiopian Tsegaye Kebede won the men's race for the second time.
At least five people gunned down in Kenyan town of Garissa
Shooting spree in Kenya kills several.
Tip-toeing into Africa
Amid headlines declaring Africa the new frontier for investment, experts wonder how long it can last.
Desisa, Jeptoo win 2013 Boston Marathon
Ethiopia's Lelisa Desisa won the Boston Marathon men's race, while Kenya's Rita Jeptoo won the women's race.
How to fight Africa’s wars
Western countries have little desire to intervene in African conflicts. But with the rise of Al Qaeda in Africa, they have little choice. A cooperative model employed in Somalia, a
Uhuru Kenyatta sworn in as Kenya's new president
Uhuru Kenyatta was sworn in Tuesday as Kenya's fourth and youngest president.
Kenya's new president, Uhuru Kenyatta, offers US embarrassment and dilemma
The West must weigh security and business interests against the demands of international justice.
Chatter: Kenya gets a new president
Uhuru Kenyatta becomes Kenya's fourth president, North Korea tells foreigners to clear out of South Korea, Margaret Thatcher gets a funeral date, and what's white, fluffy and on steroids?
Start-up GlobeIn gives third-world artisans a way to connect with shoppers
Start-up GlobeIn helps third-world artisans reach the online market to sell their products.
Kenya court upholds Kenyatta election win
Kenya's Supreme Court has upheld Uhuru Kenyatta's presidential election win after the results were challenged by candidate Raila Odinga.
Beer and Africa: A recipe for profit?
Africa is probably the most attractive region for long-term profit growth for global brewers.
China will offer Africa aid with 'no political strings attached,' says Xi
China's new president, Xi Jinping, said China and Africa "get on well and treat each other as equals."
Fleeing Syria: Insights on Lebanon’s open border
Commentary: Lebanon needs financial aid to keep its refugee program from backsliding.
Kenya's world-class runners face their greatest hurdle yet
With Kenya's running reputation on the line, officials ban athletes accused of using performance-enhancing drugs.
Kenya condom advertisement pulled after religious complaints (VIDEO)
An advertisement promoting condom use in Kenya has been pulled after religious leaders said it promoted infidelity, not safe sex and protection against HIV/AIDS.
ICC to review case against Kenya's President-elect Uhuru Kenyatta
The International Criminal Court (ICC) will hold a special hearing to review charges against Kenya's president-elect Uhuru Kenyatta.
Raila Odinga files his appeal contesting Kenya election results
Raila Odinga lost Kenya's presidential elections to his deputy Uhuru Kenyatta by a slim margin.
Raila Odinga files his appeal contesting Kenya election results (PHOTOS)
Raila Odinga's supporters were sprayed with tear gas as they rallied outside the Supreme Court.
Malik Obama, US president's half brother, loses election
Malik Obama, the US president's half brother, failed to win a seat in the Kenyan elections.
ICC drops charges against Kenya's Francis Muthaura
The International Criminal Court (ICC) has dropped charges against Francis Muthaura, who was accused alongside Kenya's newly elected Uhuru Kenyatta.
John Kerry congratulates Kenya on elections without naming Kenyatta
John Kerry commended "all those elected to office" without mentioning Kenya's president-elect Uhuru Kenyatta.