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Pistorius Trial Day 5: Oscar Pistorius does not scream like a woman
Testimony from the sprinter's ex-girlfriend took a decidedly personal turn on Friday.
'Demon of religious cleansing must be stopped' in Central African Republic, says UN High Commissioner
UN humanitarian chief Valerie Amos told the UN Security Council that there are more than 650,000 people internally displaced in CAR due to the conflict.
Pistorius Trial Day 4: Oscar breaks down hearing a witness describe his girlfriend's final moments
A radiologist neighbor arrived while Steenkamp was still alive.
This horrible video of a poached rhino dying in South Africa will fill you with rage
Visitors at Kruger National Park found this young rhino wandering and disoriented with a bullet in his head and half his face hacked off. Park rangers put him out of his misery.
This graphic shows how much money homophobia is costing Uganda
As worldwide governments pull foreign aid in response to its anti-gay law, Uganda is losing millions.
See this stunning footage taken by a pelican with a GoPro strapped to his bill
You've never gotten this close to the pelican experience.
The Pistorius trial, Day 3: Oscar Pistorius has some pretty intense fans
... and they have no problem harassing witnesses.
5 basic questions about last weekend's Boko Haram bloodbath
From why it's happening to why it matters.
Oscar Pistorius testimony opens dramatically with tales of screams in the night
The trial is set to last three weeks.
OJ's attorney joins media frenzy for South Africa's 'trial of the century'
The Oscar Pistorius trial features a star athlete, domestic violence, TV cameras, and now OJ’s defense attorney.
From Ben Affleck and George Clooney to Madonna and Bono: A scorecard for celebrities in Africa
An Africa celebrity do-gooder scorecard
Study commissioned on whether Museveni learned to be a corrupt piece of shit, or was born that way
The research into Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni comes after he signed an anti-gay bill into effect.
Uganda's women: Stop undressing us in the streets
Women's rights activists say Uganda's anti-pornography law is encouraging violence against women.
Ugandan newspaper names '200 top homos' 24 hours after president signs anti-gay law
The witch-hunt begins.
No, China is not the ‘Cookie Monster’ of global commodities
A leading expert sorts truth from hype on China’s worldwide resource quest.
You will not believe the appalling things Ugandans in power are saying about gay people
Al Qaeda-linked militants attack Somali presidential compound
Mogadishu has been hit by a series of suicide bomb attacks in the past few weeks, claimed by Al Qaeda-linked militants Al Shabaab, who were pushed out of the city about two years ago but have waged a sustained guerrilla campaign.
Libyans vote for constitution body amid bombs, tensions
Nobody claimed responsibility for the Derna attacks but residents said the bombers had scrawled 'There is no constitution but Islamic law' on a wall near the scene of one blast, suggesting radical Islamists were responsible.
Life as a secret gold miner in South Africa
Over the weekend, illegal miners got trapped underground behind a stadium in Johannesburg — then refused to come out. Yes, we'll explain.
In a surprise visit to Tunisia, Kerry vowed US backing for the country's young democracy
Kerry pledged Washington would stand by them as they struggle to ward off jihadist militants and follow a path of democratic reform and elections.
Watch this chimp celebrate her new freedom with a goodbye hug for Jane Goodall, the primatologist who saved her life
Goodall has been studying and saving chimpanzees for almost fifty years. This goodbye was a special one.
This building in Lagos, Nigeria could be the world's most futuristic school
It might not have a lot of fancy electronics. But it will survive rising sea levels.
South Sudan rebels attack key oil town leaving ceasefire in tatters
The fighting in South Sudan has left thousands of people dead and displaced close to 900,000.
What Uganda's new anti-gay law means for homosexuals, Ugandan politics, and science
It's not looking good: Gay people can now get life sentences.
200 feared trapped in illegal South African gold mine
It has not been a good month for South Africa's miners, legal or illegal.
Ugandan President Museveni says he plans to sign anti-gay law after all
President Yoweri Museveni had said he was planning to shelve the bill, which has attracted fierce criticism from Western donors and human rights groups since its inception in 2009.
France to send 400 more troops to Central African Republic
About a quarter of the population has been displaced by fighting and at least 2,000 people have been killed in Central African Republic since the mostly Muslim Seleka rebel group seized power last March.
What we know and don't know about the night Oscar Pistorius killed his girlfriend
One year later, here's what's happening and what's next.
South Africa's State of the Nation is kind of like the Oscars
... if people wore kilts and flamenco dresses to the Oscars
Kenya's version of 'The Office' rips on NGOs and it's hilarious
Kenya’s witty new comedy series highlights the often absurd world of international development.
Central African president vows war against 'anti-balaka' militia
Amnesty International this week reported that anti-balaka ('anti-machete') violence had triggered 'a Muslim exodus of historic proportions.'