All the news from Africa fit to print.
Lagos asks for volunteers to fight Ebola
There aren't enough medical personnel, says the state health commissioner in Nigeria's capital.
5 things you didn't see happen at the Oscar Pistorius trial
For example: everyone kind of expected the defendant was going to have to demonstrate his high-pitched screaming at some point.
In honor of World Lion Day, a list of their top 30 complaints
I am lion, hear me kvetch.
This footage of an Ebola patient landing in Spain is basically a scene from 'Outbreak'
For most people in the world, there's no reason to freak out about Ebola. But this video will definitely freak you out.
Let these 20 nervous animals teach you the reality of the Ebola 'threat'
It's a crisis in West Africa. It is NOT a crisis in the United States. So chill out, seriously, and stop watching cable news.
What southern Africa is doing to keep Ebola from spreading
South Africa will become a diagnosis center, a fund will be set up, and countries are screening folks at the airports.
How the Ebola outbreak turned into a racism and responsibility debate
Should the experimental drugs that have been given to two Americans be sent to Liberia?
This is the drug that may have cured two American Ebola patients
Are we close to defeating Ebola?
22 killed in Tripoli clashes
Tripoli International Airport and surrounding areas have been subjected for the past three weeks to violent armed clashes.
American Ebola patient set to arrive in Atlanta
The private jet carrying two American aid workers infected with the disease will land in Georgia later today.
Q&A: What's being done about the deadly Ebola outbreak in West Africa?
Paul Garwood, a spokesman for the World Health Organization, breaks down how the international community can fight the fatal virus.
Cultural differences complicate Ebola treatment in West Africa
Distrust of Western medicine is fast becoming one of the biggest problems in dealing with the recent Ebola outbreak.
Here are the world's cat countries and the world's dog countries
Which is more popular — cats or dogs — in your country?
A 29-step guide to understanding Libya's descent into total chaos
What began as a promising Arab Spring protest movement is now a violent disaster, and the oil-rich nation is rapidly becoming a failed state.
Huge blaze at a fuel depot in Tripoli is 'out of control' as Libya slides to chaos
Libya's government has asked for international help to try to contain the disaster at the fuel depot on the airport road, close to other tanks holding gas and diesel.
Ebola terror spreads with new victims
An American doctor contracted the disease in Liberia and the first victim died from it in Sierra Leone's capital Freetown.
More than 50 killed overnight in Libya
The US, the UN and Turkey have all pulled their diplomats out of the North African country.
US evacuates embassy in Libya amid heavy clashes
F-16 fighters and Osprey aircraft provided security during the five-hour drive to Tunisia and there were no incidents.
These maps show the deadliest climate-related disasters for every part of the world since 1970
The Ethiopian drought remains one of the world's worst climate disasters ever. Are more like it in our future?
Mali's president says wreckage of Air Algerie flight has been spotted in the north
The flight was carrying 110 passengers and six crew members.
A Virginia dad has claimed this African territory so his daughter can feel like a real princess
Jeremiah Heaton calls it the "Kingdom of North Sudan."
Pistorius trial closes: Here are the 5 most surreal moments of the case
There was the gesticulating with a prosthesis, the lady with balloons, the bucket ...
Congo’s 'sapeurs' are the most stylish dudes you’ve ever seen, and they pull it off with almost no money
Despite their country's poverty, these men from Congo-Brazzaville look smashing at all times.
Your guide to the West African Ebola outbreak
Where the virus comes from, what it does to its victims and why this outbreak is so bad.
This year, on its birthday, South Sudan would like to take stock of its estimated 9,000 child soldiers
The national army has recommitted to the cause of sparing children from fighting, but it's not totally up to them.
Boko Haram leaders are being attacked by snakes and bees
Captured fighters report the critters are reincarnations of the people they killed.
Drastic action is needed to halt the world's worst Ebola outbreak, WHO warns
'This is no longer a country specific outbreak but a sub-regional crisis that requires firm action by governments and partners,' Luis Sambo, WHO's regional director for Africa, said.
This New York group is using mobile tech to help Libya's fledgling democracy
A Q&A with Panthea Lee, co-founder and principal at Reboot, which helped register more than 1.5 million Libyans at home and abroad for elections this year.
Humans are not entirely cruel, violent and intolerant creatures. Here's the awesome video that proves it.
Torture. Cruelty. Religious strife. It's all in the human makeup. But, thank our stars, so's this.
US captures suspected ringleader of 2012 attack in Benghazi
The suspect was captured on Sunday and is now in US custody outside of Libya, Pentagon spokesman Rear Admiral John Kirby said in a statement.
5 political crises that are threatening to wreck the global economy and life as we know it