Parked: A car used for transporting goods from Benin to Nigeria, pictured in Badagry, near Lagos, after the border closure
Aluminium giant Rusal has decided to reopen an aluminium refinery in Guinea closed since 2012
A newly-discovered bug in Africa that's ten times larger than the common wasp is the stuff of nightmares.
Map of Cameroon, locating English-speaking regions
Map of Cameroon locating English-speaking regions.
Some bilingual schools in the Anglophone region have been closed by a shutdown protest by separatist insurgents
President Mahamadou Issoufou of Niger
Choupo-Moting scored twice against Toulouse last weekend
Two teams confronted each other on the dusty sports field, wielding roughly cut sticks to whack a homemade puck at high speed.For the middle-aged and beyond, the sight of this rugged game triggered distant memories, of happier times.The sport, known as ngbaba, is unique to the Central African Republic -- and, almost like the embattled country itself, has been hauled back from near-death.Once played widely in streets and villages, ngbaba -- pronounced "g'baba" -- has simple rules and requires speed, dexterity and a dose of fearlessness.
US Women's Soccer vs. England 2019: Prediction, TV Info, Start Time, Live Stream, Preview For World Cup Semis
The USWNT hope to reach another World Cup final when they face England on Tuesday.
Charles Trumann Wesco, a missionary from Indiana, had moved with his wife Stephanie Wesco, and their eight children to Bamenda, Cameroon, a couple of weeks ago.
A U.S. federal appeals court on Tuesday reinstated a lawsuit by a group of former child slaves accusing the U.S. unit of Nestle, the world's largest food maker, and Cargill Co of perpetuating child slavery at Ivory Coast cocoa farms.
Francis Ngannou will be in action for the first time since his loss to Stipe Miocic as he takes on Derrick Lewis at UFC 226.
Joel Embiid fractured his orbital when he collided with teammate Markelle Fultz on Wednesday.
The 76ers big man joked that getting Rihanna's attention could take a while.
The Bundesliga is trying out video assistance in games to improve efficiency.
While you wait for an opportunity to travel to Mars, check out these places right here on Earth that are similar to our space neighbor.
Will Trump Create Jobs? Growth And Economy Will Improve Under The President, According To Nearly Half Of Americans
Although about half of voters believed the economy would improve under the president, nearly half also thought relations with other countries would worsen.
Forest elephants, a smaller subspecies of African elephants, are particularly vulnerable to extinction because their rainforest habitat has been decimated in recent years.
Boko Haram militants that mostly live in Nigeria's northern states have killed nearly 20,000 people and displaced more than 2 million others since 2002.
The creatures are some of the most endangered mammals in the world.
When Will Boko Haram Be Defeated? Nigeria Army Chief Gives December Deadline To Wipe Out Extremist Group
The country has ramped up its military offensive against the insurgents in its northern region, taking back some territories over the last few months.
Meanwhile, over 1,000 Chadians who are believed to have been fighting for Boko Haram have reportedly returned home.
State lawmaker says he was just testing the waters, and political opposition to outlawing the garment is too strong.
Under the administration of Barack Obama, the U.S. provided $71 million worth of equipment, logistics and training to Nigeria, Cameroon, Chad, Niger and Benin in the fight against Boko Haram.
For an insight into elephant poaching in Africa, researchers used carbon dating to tell the age of over 230 specimens of ivory seized between 2002 and 2014.
The 21 girls from Nigeria’s Chibok town were released by the ISIS-affiliated Boko Haram militant group earlier this month.
Over a million of the nocturnal, slow-moving creatures were poached for their meat and unique scales in the last decade for Chinese and Vietnamese markets.
ISIS At War With Boko Haram? New Islamic State Leader Creates Conflict Within Nigerian Terrorist Group
An alleged leadership change pushed by ISIS has created a rift and violence.
Boko Haram released a video Tuesday that showed militants threatening to "capture" Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari, a former military leader who was elected to office after he vowed to eradicate the group.