Maggie Michael, Associated Press | posted 12 minutes ago
Egypt is committed to pay nearly a quarter of the total arrears it owes foreign oil companies and increase economic growth to 3.5 percent by the end of the fiscal year, in a bid to restore investor confidence in an economy damaged by nearly three years of unrest, the country's interim prime minister said Wednesday.
Associated Press | posted 17 minutes ago
South Africa's public protector has refused to immediately release a report on her investigation into allegations that public funds of Rand 206 million (about $21 million) were improperly used to improve the private home of President Jacob Zuma.
Ray Faure, Associated Press | posted Dec 4th - 8:42am
Ailing former South African President Nelson Mandela is not "doing well" but is continuing to put up a courageous fight from his "deathbed," members of his family have told the South African Broadcasting Corporation in an interview.
Baba Ahmed and Rukmini Callimachi, Associated Press | posted Dec 4th - 8:35am
A mass grave containing 21 skulls has been discovered near the Kati military barracks, formerly the fief of the country's military strongman, Mali's chief prosecutor announced Wednesday.
Ray Faure, Associated Press | posted Dec 4th - 7:31am
Key states where the illegal ivory trade flourishes have pledged to take urgent measures to try to halt the illicit trade and secure elephant populations across Africa, the International Union for Conservation of Nature, or IUCN, said Wednesday.
Michelle Faul, Associated Press | posted Dec 4th - 6:13am
Nigeria's military is recommending immediate trial for 500 suspected extremist militants and the president is promising an economic boost for the northeast region confronting an Islamic uprising _ both issues that address concerns expressed by the United States.
Associated Press | posted Dec 4th - 6:02am
A rights group is making a global appeal for the release from prison of an award-winning journalist in Ethiopia.
Michelle Faul, Associated Press | posted Dec 3rd - 5:19pm
Entombed at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean in an upended tugboat for three days, Harrison Odjegba Okene begged God for a miracle.
Tom Odula, Associated Press | posted Dec 3rd - 9:14am
About 300 journalists and civil rights activists marched to parliament and the president's office Tuesday in Kenya's capital to protest what they say is an attempt by lawmakers to stifle criticism by pressuring journalists with monetary fines.
Associated Press | posted Dec 3rd - 8:46am
The local administrator of a gold-mining region in western Burkina Faso confirmed that 14 people were killed and 13 injured when a mine collapsed.
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