After 16 years as soldiers in a brutal organization, a bond of friendship carried them home.
The new outbreak is centered along the border of North Kivu and Ituri provinces, the epicenters of Congo’s decades-long armed conflict.
Emmerson Mnangagwa narrowly avoided a runoff with 50.8% of the vote.
At least six people were killed Wednesday when the military opened fire on rioting opposition supporters.
Three journalists financed by a top foe Vladimir Putin’s were killed in the Central African Republic.
A delay in the results of the presidential election triggered opposition protests.
In doing so, Mugabe all but announced his support for the opposition he long suppressed.
Both candidates have promised to abide by democratic principles, keeping hopes high that this time it will be different.
The case involves first likely transmission from a woman to her husband and children.
The president and his deputy have offered to undergo a “lifestyle audit,” to be followed by the rest of the country’s politicians.
In the village where Obama Sr. grew up, the former president’s complicated roots with the country were on display.
Reports of threats and intimidation emerge by the hundreds as the historic July 30 vote nears.
No more conference calls via the U.S. or bus rides through Sudan. Neighbors are once again next door.
Thousands cheered and packed the streets during a landmark visit by the Ethiopian prime minister.
Human Rights Watch has releases a damning report on prison torture in one region.