Rukmini Callimachi, Associated Press | posted Jun 17th - 4:02pm
A team of Al-Jazeera journalists was released late Monday after being detained for three days in eastern Niger, where they were held in a prison cell, according to a statement from the Qatar-owned network.
Rodney Muhumuza, Associated Press | posted Jun 17th - 11:48am
Sixteen Rwandan students are seeking asylum in Uganda, saying they are the victims of harassment by security officials back home for refusing to join a Congolese rebel movement that allegedly recruits inside Rwandan territory.
Associated Press | posted Jun 17th - 9:55am
An official in Kenya says that police shot and killed two men labeled by police as terror suspects.
Associated Press | posted Jun 17th - 9:41am
About 300 people have protested over a delay on whether former Ivory Coast President Laurent Gbagbo will be put on trial at the International Criminal Court.
Jason Straziuso, Associated Press | posted Jun 17th - 9:31am
In tweets, songs, telephone calls, cards and more, messages of love have come from across South Africa and the world for 94-year-old Nelson Mandela, giving the family comfort and hope as he remains hospitalized in serious condition with a lung infection, his wife said Monday.
Nastasya Tay, Associated Press | posted Jun 17th - 8:24am
Poet and traditional praise singer Zolani Mkiva spent 13 years traveling alongside Nelson Mandela and performing songs in honor of the now-hospitalized former South African president.
Kirubel Tadesse, Associated Press | posted Jun 17th - 6:56am
The foreign ministers of Egypt and Ethiopia met in Addis Ababa on Monday in hopes of defusing tensions over a huge dam Ethiopia is building on the Blue Nile River.
Associated Press | posted Jun 17th - 5:39am
Zimbabwe's official electoral body says it will for the first time take disciplinary action against journalists for unfair reporting ahead of the nation's upcoming elections.
Rodney Muhumuza, Associated Press | posted Jun 16th - 6:52am
The green grass looks inviting, but few people have the courage to enter the only public square in Uganda's capital. Most sit or stand at the edges, respecting the barricades of scrap metal erected by police who stand poised to arrest those who attempt a forced entry.
Cassandra Vinograd, Associated Press | posted Jun 15th - 5:24pm
A plane from Cairo bound for New York was diverted by fighter jets to an emergency landing in the U.K. after a passenger discovered a letter threatening the aircraft, officials said Saturday.
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