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Siobhán O’Grady writes about foreign affairs for the Washington Post. She previously freelanced across Africa and worked as a staff writer at Foreign Policy magazine.
A new report found some countries were even backsliding in their progress toward the Sustainable Development Goals.
“This is great,” the man shouts as he runs over the massive birds. “I’ve got that one too, and that one.”
Bobi Wine was in the United States seeking medical treatment after he was allegedly tortured by the Ugandan military.
Australian doctors have said it's an urgent medical crisis and the children need to be brought to Australia for treatment.
Residents were complaining about a bad smell for weeks.
Teodorin Nguema Obiang has a long history of scandals, and several countries have seized several of his considerable assets.
Multiple brands of strawberries have been recalled after customers found needles in their fruit.
The Russian television presenter who interviewed them said they didn't hit on her but that she's past "hitting-on age."
The French president's acknowledgement of torture opens a new chapter in France's post-colonial history.
The former women's rights minister said it's "not a revolution."
One gained more than 60 pounds to avoid passing a physical examination.
A number of other countries have also lashed out at the International Criminal Court over the years.
This will be the first time North Korea has organized the games in five years.
Tens of thousands of people are missing in Mexico.
Bobi Wine, a popular singer and lawmaker, claims he was tortured by Ugandan security forces. Now he's in Washington.
Ugandan singer turned lawmaker Bobi Wine says he was beaten so badly he had to come to the United States for medical treatment.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is only the second elected national leader to give birth while in office.
Activists are already planning protests against his visit.
Rodrigo Duterte seemed to be responding to a new police report about rape rates in his hometown.
A government inquiry recommended mandating priests to disclose abuse — even when they learn about it in confession.