Boko Haram Expands Beyond Nigeria
February 13 2015 8:03 AM EST
Boko Haram continues to attack villages in northeastern Nigeria, but it's also pushing into neighboring countries.
Boko Haram Kills 5 In First Attack Inside Chad
February 13 2015 7:44 AM EST
At least five civilians were killed in the Nigerian insurgent group's first attack inside chad early on Friday.
Health Workers Attacked While Holding Funeral For Ebola Victim
February 13 2015 5:45 AM EST
Mistrust of health officials is widespread in areas affected by the disease.
Microsoft Patches 15-Year-Old Windows Security Flaw
February 12 2015 11:41 PM EST
The vulnerability was located in long-dead code for the scroll bar.
Boko Haram's Latest Suicide Bomb Attack
February 12 2015 4:37 PM EST
The latest Boko Haram attack, carried out by a female, reportedly killed at least seven people in the city of Biu, in Borno state.
China, India, US Among Worst Marine Polluters
February 12 2015 3:03 PM EST
Eight of the 10 worst maritime polluting nations were Asian. Here's how much worse the world's oceans will look in 10 years.
Nigeria Cracks Down On Immigration Ahead Of Elections
February 12 2015 2:23 PM EST
The government has said the crackdown is part of a campaign to ensure that foreigners do not participate in the closely fought vote.
World Bank To Send $15M In Food Aid To Ebola-Affected Nations
February 12 2015 12:24 PM EST
The Ebola outbreak is finally slowing down, but the countries are left facing a massive food crisis.
‘Zimbabwe’s Julian Assange' Warns Of Political Disappearances
February 12 2015 10:54 AM EST
An anonymous whistleblower is back, and warning that members of Mugabe's secret police will go missing.
Tesla Motors Stock Plunges After Weak Sales Announcement
February 12 2015 9:52 AM EST
Tesla is spending at a faster rate than expected, as it tries to become a big player in a capital-intensive industry.
Facebook Creates ThreatExchange For Cybersecurity Pros
February 12 2015 12:10 AM EST
The site comes as cyberattacks are rapidly increasing in number and scope.
Google-Powered Smartwatch Sales Are Sluggish
February 11 2015 11:04 PM EST
Fitness bands outsell smartwatches three to one, analysts say.
US Withdrawal From Liberia Doesn't Mean Ebola 'Mission Accomplished'
February 11 2015 3:05 PM EST
President Obama says bringing 2,800 American troops home doesn't signify "mission accomplished" on the virus.
Nigerian Military Vows To Stay Out Of Election
February 11 2015 11:11 AM EST
The Nigerian military said it couldn't guarantee an election commissioner's safety unless the vote was held back for six weeks.
West African Troops Kill Boko Haram Fighters
February 11 2015 11:04 AM EST
The news of Boko Haram deaths came as Niger officials declared a 15-day state of emergency in border city Diffa.
US Troops To Return From Ebola-Affected Countries
February 10 2015 10:24 PM EST
Only 100 military personnel are expected to stay in West Africa by the end of April. Here's how the U.S. helped contain the outbreak.
Beyond Boko Haram, Nigeria Fights Another Battle
February 10 2015 3:38 PM EST
The insurgency in the northeast is causing chaos ahead of the postponed election, but so is the oil price plunge.
Egypt Snubs Washington, Gives Putin Warm Welcome
February 10 2015 3:16 PM EST
The visit has exposed Washington's diminished clout in Egypt.
Sony Will Officially Share Spiderman With Marvel
February 10 2015 2:50 AM EST
The wall-crawler could appear in “Captain America: Civil War” before his next Sony standalone film is produced by Marvel.
WhatsApp Security Has A Big Hole, Hacker Says
February 10 2015 12:14 AM EST
The software is easy for hackers to use, a Dutch developer says.