11/20/2013 6:01amSouth African investigators on Wednesday combed the rubble of a shopping mall under construction that partially collapsed, killing one person and injuring 29. Police said a case of culpable homicide, or negligent killing, would be opened as authorities determine who was responsible for the accident.
11/20/2013 6:04amA judge in Senegal says there is insufficient evidence to convict four women accused of violating the country's law banning homosexual acts.
11/20/2013 6:21amZimbabwe's main opposition says six of its supporters spent three nights in jail after they allegedly grabbed seed and fertilizer donations which they said were being distributed only to members of President Robert Mugabe's ruling party.
11/20/2013 8:27amZapiro, an award-winning South African cartoonist, likes to stir things up, and he did that by putting words in Nelson Mandela's mouth.
11/20/2013 9:36amResidents in a mining town in northern Guinea say at least a dozen people are dead after a landslide in the area where they were searching for gold.
11/20/2013 9:41amIn Paul Salopek's first year of his trek across the globe, the reporter walked alongside his camels for days in Ethiopia without seeing glass or bricks or any other signs of modern humanity, ate a hamburger on a U.S. military base and was shadowed by minders in the Saudi desert. He has only 20,000 miles (32,000 kilometers) to go.
11/20/2013 1:45pmThe African Union envoy in charge of pursuing the Lord's Resistance Army said Wednesday that many reports indicate its notorious leader Joseph Kony is seriously ill and on the run along the borders of Sudan's western Darfur region and the Central African Republic.
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