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Thursday coup derailed a year-long transition process that followed the fall of longtime president.

  • Mathieu Bonkoungou
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  • Sep 19, 2015
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Fifteen years after white farmers were kicked off their land, black farmers are hiring them as managers.

Itai Dzamara’s protests had raised hopes that longtime ruler Mugabe was becoming more tolerant.



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The country is flooded with weapons, and tensions remain strong. Plus, past cease-fires have not lasted.

Officials say gunmen entered the building in a bid to take captives, sparking a day-long firefight.

Zimbabweans in the game business say they are against any broad measures that target their industry.

In Agadez, thousands of migrants begin a desperate journey to Europe. Many die on the way.

The 24-year-old gunman washed his hands and face in the sea after killing dozens of people, 15 of them British.

Obama will make his first trip to Kenya as president next month. Residents hope he will assist them.

A northern white rhino lives under armed guard in Kenya as his species quickly heads toward extinction.

South African judges had been studying an arrest warrant from the International Criminal Court.

The deadly attacks come as African forces increase pressure on the militant faction.

DAMPHA KUNDA, Gambia — The village was losing its young men. Hundreds had left their thatched-roof huts and tiny squares of farmland for the promise of Europe. About 40 had died on the way. Susso knew nearly all of them. He had prayed at the funerals after their boats capsized or their smugglers stranded them […]

The rest of the world may have moved on, but the deadly Ebola virus isn't finished yet in West Africa.

A series of bloody attacks has underscored the challenge for the Nigerian military and its U.S. allies.

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