Associated Press | posted 1 minutes ago
Health officials say 32 people have died as a result of an outbreak of bubonic plague in the African island state of Madagascar.
Lova Soarabary, Associated Press | posted 9 minutes ago
With hopes that the election of a new president will end international sanctions, residents of this Indian Ocean island are going to the polls for a second round of presidential and legislative elections.
Charlton Doki and Jason Straziuso, Associated Press | posted Dec 20th - 3:01am
The U.N. says 34,000 people in South Sudan are seeking refuge at U.N. bases in three locations across the country.
Associated Press | posted Dec 20th - 2:22am
Religious authorities married 1,111 couples at a mass wedding aimed at combating rising rates of divorce and births out of wedlock, and the number of impoverished widows and divorcees forced to make a living on the streets in mainly Muslim northern Nigeria.
Paul Schemm, Associated Press | posted Dec 19th - 2:03pm
The American ambassador to the United Nations delivered a stern message on Thursday to the leaders of the strife-torn Central African Republic to stop the cycle of violence.
Ray Faure, Associated Press | posted Dec 19th - 11:47am
A government investigation into the use of state resources to upgrade South African President Jacob Zuma's rural private home found some irregularities but excused the construction of features like a chicken run as being motivated by security concerns.
Bashir Adigun, Associated Press | posted Dec 19th - 10:54am
Nigeria's finance minister presented lawmakers Thursday with a proposed budget of 4.642 trillion naira ($29 billion) for 2014, saying it was lower than last year because of rampant oil theft and lower customs duties.
The Associated Press | posted Dec 19th - 10:33am
The United Nations says youth from South Sudan's second-largest ethnic group have forced their way into a U.N. peacekeeping mission base in conflict-wracked Jonglei state, pursuing civilians who had taken refuge there.
Baba Ahmed and Babacar Dione, Associated Press | posted Dec 19th - 8:51am
The families of two Senegalese peacekeepers killed by suspected Islamic extremists in Mali this week gathered in the Senegalese capital Thursday for a ceremony honoring their sacrifice.
Ray Faure, Associated Press | posted Dec 19th - 8:29am
Nelson Mandela's ex-wife, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, has denied that his family is engaged in a "succession or dynasty" battle amid media reports of a family feud. She also said the anti-apartheid fighter's eldest daughter is now the head of the family.
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