Nigerian Women Should Not Fear Politics, NGO Says
March 20 2015 1:25 PM EDT
Slightly more than half of women in Nigeria are registered to vote, one estimate says.
New Zealand Face Unpredictable West Indies
March 20 2015 12:52 PM EDT
Cricket World Cup co-hosts New Zealand will take on the West Indies in the last remaining quarterfinal.
Mobile Devices Expected To Spur Growth In Africa
March 20 2015 12:52 PM EDT
Economists say rapidly growing mobile connectivity in sub-Saharan Africa could spur development when used by the public sector.
Tunisian Guards Were Having Coffee During Attack
March 20 2015 11:01 AM EDT
Two guards were having coffee, a third was eating a snack and a fourth never showed up — leaving no guards at Tunisia's museum and parliament.
Fearing ISIS, Italy Beefs Up Defenses In Mediterranean
March 20 2015 10:34 AM EDT
Wednesday's attack in Tunisia heightened the European country's concern that it could be next.
Tunisia Beefs Up Security After Museum Attack
March 20 2015 8:54 AM EDT
A major rally to mark the North African country's Independence Day is planned for Friday amid fears of follow-up attacks.
Tunis Attackers Trained In Libya
March 20 2015 8:07 AM EDT
Two of the gunmen were killed by security forces during Wednesday's attack on the Bardo Museum in Tunis.
Tunisia's War On Terror Has Backers
March 20 2015 7:11 AM EDT
Tunisia's newly elected government needs assistance to fight terrorists, and will likely get it.
Arctic Sea Ice Drops To Lowest Maximum Extent On Record
March 20 2015 6:21 AM EDT
The ice cover in the Arctic fell to 5.61 million square miles -- the lowest annual maximum ever recorded.
WHO Delayed Declaring Ebola An Emergency: Report
March 20 2015 2:03 AM EDT
By the time Ebola was declared an emergency in August last year, about 1,000 people had died from the virus.
As Nigeria's Elections Approach, Many Journalists Still Await Visas
March 19 2015 3:50 PM EDT
Just days remain until voters cast ballots in the African nation, but many foreign reporters are still unable to enter the country.
Tunisia's Tourism Industry Was Recovering, Until Now
March 19 2015 3:41 PM EDT
A vital sector could face lasting repercussions from Wednesday's massacre at a national museum in Tunis.
Terror Attack Could Hamper Tunisia's Efforts To Protect Freedoms, Rights
March 19 2015 12:38 PM EDT
Wednesday's violence could imperil the "tolerant and rights-respecting society" that Tunisians seek, a human rights group says.
ISIS Claims Responsibility For Tunisia Attack
March 19 2015 11:51 AM EDT
The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for the terrorist attack at a Tunisia museum Wednesday that killed 21 people and injured dozens more.
9 People Arrested Over Deadly Tunisia Attack
March 19 2015 11:47 AM EDT
Tunisian authorities arrested nine people Thursday in connection with a terror attack at the National Bardo Museum in Tunis.
4 Arrested In Tunis Museum Attack
March 19 2015 9:03 AM EDT
It's unclear what role the individuals had in connection with the attack at the Bardo museum Wednesday that killed 21 people.
Tunisia Attack Underlines Need For Enhanced Inter-Africa Cooperation, AU Says
March 19 2015 8:15 AM EDT
The African Union said the attack at the Bardo Museum in Tunisia was "heinous and cowardly," and underlines the need for enhanced inter-African cooperation.
2 Gunmen Identified, 3 Still At Large In Tunisia Attack
March 19 2015 6:41 AM EDT
The death toll in the Bardo Museum attack risen to 23, including two dead gunmen. At least 18 foreign tourists were killed.
Three Japanese Tourists Among Those Killed In Tunisia Attack
March 18 2015 11:14 PM EDT
Officials have also listed South African, Italian, Spanish, German, Polish, Colombian and Tunisian nationals among the dead.
A More 'Secure' Pirate Bay Evades UK Piracy Blockade
March 18 2015 9:35 PM EDT
The notorious file-sharing site is no longer inaccessible in the U.K.