- South Africa's Zuma Leads Talks On Lesotho Political Crisis
September 01 2014 6:42 AM
Thabane fled Lesotho for South Africa on Saturday, hours before the army surrounded his residence and overran police stations in Maseru.
- Sweden Quarantines Patient In Suspected Ebola Case
September 01 2014 2:24 AM
A young man suspected of having Ebola has been hospitalized in Sweden.
- Libyan Armed Faction Takes Over U.S. Embassy Annex In Tripoli
August 31 2014 8:22 PM
Main embassy believed secure.
- Libyan Rebels Break Into US Embassy In Tripoli
August 31 2014 10:43 AM
Rebels from various factions in Tripoli stormed the U.S. Embassy Sunday.
- Lesotho Military Denies Coup, Says Capital Normal
August 30 2014 1:43 PM
Embattled Prime Minister Thomas Thabane cried, "Coup." But the military says it is not attempting to take power from him.
- Ebola Drug Shows 100% Positive Result On Monkeys: Study
August 30 2014 5:43 AM
The experimental drug has so far cured two American doctors, but the company producing it says it has no more doses of the drugs.
- Reports Of Attempted Military Coup In Lesotho
August 30 2014 4:52 AM
Military units surrounded government and police buildings and gunfire was heard in the southern African kingdom on Saturday.
- Forget Big Pharma: Experimental Ebola Drugs Largely Funded By US
August 29 2014 7:33 PM
Ebola research has been funded far more by the government than by drug companies.
- Nigerian Transparency Group Struggles To Rein In Oil Corruption
August 29 2014 11:43 AM
Questions about missing oil funds run rampant in Nigeria, but the group tasked with policing the industry is struggling to do its job.
- Ebola Costs By The Numbers
August 29 2014 10:56 AM
It takes $404 to safely bury the body of just one Ebola victim.
- Google's Turning Maps Into A Killer VR App
August 29 2014 10:36 AM
The search giant has laid a compelling foundation for offering fascinating virtual experiences.
- Ebola Spreads To Senegal With Guinean Man
August 29 2014 10:33 AM
Senegal's first case of Ebola virus disease has developed in a man from neighboring Guinea.
- Rapidly Mutating Ebola Virus Hard To Contain: Scientists
August 28 2014 11:07 PM
Scientists now believe the current Ebola outbreak began with an animal in West Africa in 2004.
- Samsung’s Most Far-Out Wearable Isn’t A Smartwatch
August 28 2014 11:40 AM
Samsung Electronics unveiled a strange new wearable on Wednesday following a report that Apple is about to unveil the iWatch.
- Ebola Could Infect 20,000
August 28 2014 11:14 AM
The World Health Organization is preparing for a potentially massive Ebola outbreak and is aiming to stop the disease by spring 2015.
- UN To Impose 'Targeted Sanctions' On Libyan Militias
August 28 2014 3:25 AM
Infighting between Islamist militias, which control parts of Libya, has raised fears of the violence spilling into neighboring countries.
- As Ebola Outbreak Continues, Biotech Firms See Stock Rise
August 27 2014 5:01 PM
The handful of public biotech companies working on Ebola treatments and vaccines have seen their stock prices rise as the outbreak continues.
- Thefts Drive Foreign Oil Companies Out Of Nigeria
August 27 2014 1:40 PM
Royal Dutch Shell and other foreign companies are selling off their Nigerian oil assets, leaving room for local firms to gain ground.
- UNICEF Undertakes Record Relief Operations In Conflict-Hit Regions
August 27 2014 6:30 AM
Since the beginning of August, UNICEF has dispatched 33 shipments, totaling nearly 1,000 tons of emergency aid, most of it to Iraq.
- UN Helicopter Crash In South Sudan Leaves 3 Dead
August 27 2014 3:38 AM
A United Nations Mi-8 helicopter crashed in South Sudan killing three of its four Russian crew members.