At least two dozen people have died after recent attacks on churches.

The agreement follows nine months of massive street protests that recalled the Arab Spring.

Zimbabweans weather repeated crackdowns amid an implosion of public services. 


  • Perspective

It’s hard to celebrate Eid as a woman alone in traditional West Africa.

  • Borso Tall
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The drugs have performed so well that health professionals will now administer them to every patient in the Congo.

Sarah Momanyi is one of over a third of Kenyans without a proper birth certificate — a major setback for her ambitions.

Abdirahman Omar Osman had moved to Britain in 1991, but returned to Somalia out of a desire to rebuild the country.

The request for the return of a sacred drum comes amid a fierce debate over whether institutions that benefited from colonialism have any right to keep plundered objects.

Those at the debate pointed fingers in an attempt to get to the bottom of things.

The families of victims hope the country’s renewed push for justice will lead to revelations in cold cases.

  • Christopher Clark
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Few people in the Ivory Coast’s commercial capital have numbers on their houses. 

As the situation deteriorated on the first anniversary of the crisis, Rwanda shut its border with its western neighbor.

The Senegalese basketball player is visiting home as the NBA expands into Africa. 

The attack comes nearly a decade since the insurgency started.

Abductions are epidemic in the West African country. 

Four people, including a police officer and a journalist, were killed in the latest violent confrontation this week.

Scenes from the West African country before its first championship match in 17 years.

Here's what you need to know about the WHO declaring the Ebola outbreak in Congo a global health emergency.

The outbreak is nearing its one-year mark and has killed nearly 1,700 people in Congo.

Goma is home to more than a million people, and Ebola’s arrival there could represent a major escalation in the outbreak.

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