Charlton Doki and Jason Straziuso, Associated Press | posted 20 minutes ago
The president of South Sudan implored his country to turn away from ethnic hatred on Friday and said that "the long arm of the law" would find those who have killed during a week of violence.
Paul Schemm, Associated Press | posted 34 minutes ago
After a period of relative calm, violence has flared anew Friday in the Central African Republic with shootouts at checkpoints, the destruction of a mosque and angry demonstrations against Chadian peacekeepers.
Bashir Adigun, Associated Press | posted 58 minutes ago
A Nigerian court on Friday sentenced the alleged mastermind of a 2011 Christmas Day bombing of a Catholic Church to life in prison _ but for other terrorist attacks. At least 44 people died outside St. Theresa's church when a car bombed exploded.
The Associated Press | posted Dec 20th - 7:26am
In a move that could have major political ramifications for the ruling African National Congress, the country's biggest trade union has called for President Jacob Zuma to resign and says it will not support the ANC in next year's elections.
Associated Press | posted Dec 20th - 7:17am
The Congolese minister of the interior says that the government of Congo has decided to suspend international adoptions of Congolese children, after allegations that some children were abandoned or abused.
The Associated Press | posted Dec 20th - 6:29am
The U.N. peacekeeping mission in South Sudan says two Indian peacekeepers were killed at their base and one was injured.
Lova Soarabary, Associated Press | posted Dec 20th - 5:23am
With hopes that the election of a new president will end international sanctions, residents of the Indian Ocean island of Madagascar are going to the polls for a second round of presidential and legislative elections.
Michelle Faul and Ibrahim Garba, Associated Press | posted Dec 20th - 5:14am
Islamic 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 Muslim northern Nigeria.
Lovasoa Rabary, Associated Press | posted Dec 20th - 5:04am
Bubonic plague, which wiped out a third of Europe's population in the Middle Ages, has reared its ugly head in the African island state of Madagascar where 32 people have died in a fresh outbreak of the so-called Black Death disease, according to health authorities.
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.
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