A new era of fried chicken has dawned across the Atlantic in rapidly developing Dakar.
The proposal can only be described as Ring-ger Lickin' Good.
Bosco Ntaganda is a former Congolese rebel nicknamed the "Terminator." The ICC convicted him on 18 counts including murder, sexual slavery and using child soldiers.
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“Tunisia very clearly demonstrates that democracy is possible in this part of the world,” says Zied Ladhari, the moderate Islamist Ennahda party’s secretary general.
The country’s ethnic Somali residents say they feel punished for militants’ attacks in the country.
A deadly attack on a remote military outpost in Mali has highlighted the resilience of Islamist fighters across huge stretches of Africa, even as President Trump boasts the Islamic State has been defeated in Iraq and Syria.
The move follows a decision to scale back military aid for the country as it battles Boko Haram.
Ghana’s government has faced significant backlash over the proposal.
Moscow is offering power plants, attack helicopters and mercenaries.
The United States does well in five of six preparedness categories but ranks 19th — after Australia, Canada, Singapore and more than a half-dozen European countries — in measures that assess the overall risk environment and vulnerability to biological threats. The factors driving down the U.S. score include the risks of social unrest and terrorism, and low public confidence in government.
Around the world, rising temperatures pose a threat to the species.
Authorities accuse loosely regulated Islamic schools of inhumane treatment of their students.
Activists say Eritrea's government, one of the most restrictive in the world, is as bad as ever.
Prime Minister and newly-minted Nobel winner Abiy Ahmed wants it to be a symbol of unity. Not everyone is happy.
Abiy, 43, has initiated democratic reforms and sought to resolve conflicts in the region.
Extremists once tried to conquer Mali by force. They have a new strategy.
U.S. forces carried out two airstrikes in response to the attacks, killing 10 militants, U.S. Africa Command said in a statement.
About 1,200 minefields remain in Angola, covering 26,000 acres.
The tragedy spotlights the weak enforcement of building codes in Nairobi.