Chinese demand for illegal ivory isn't slowing, and 10,000 elephants in Mozambique have paid for it.
Officials are trying to stop antiquities smuggling, but may be digging themselves into a hole.
Sub-Saharan African economies are on the rise, but the gains aren’t without risks.
Kansas State University scientists have developed a vaccine for two strains of avian flu.
Africa’s biggest oil producer has been crippled by record-low crude prices this year.
The Baloch Liberation Army said it was responsible for the attack.
Local journalists in Burundi have been forced into hiding after pro-government forces destroyed media outlets and even made personal threats.
The European Union has a new plan to tackle its migrant problem, but experts say it's unworkable.
The country has a strong economic relationship with China, but critics say Chinese in schools isn’t a good idea.
WHO has been criticized for its slow response to the worst Ebola virus outbreak in history.
Amid ongoing protests in the capital, Kenya urges Burundi President Nkurunziza to hold off on the June 26 vote.
Police said members of the Bandidos and Cossacks biker gangs were at the center of the melee.
Decomposing algae is blamed for a foul odor that prompted a brief evacuation.
Many suspect ISIS loots sites like Palmyra to sell antiquities on black markets for hundreds of millions of dollars.
The suspect reportedly did not cooperate with police on the scene in Mansfield, Massachusetts.
The body-count estimate has appreciably risen since the Pentagon disclosed the raid on the Islamic State group this weekend.
What Burundi's soldiers do next could dictate what happens to the small country, and much of Africa as well.
Nigeria reported a drop in economic growth this quarter, and it's not just because of Boko Haram.
Revolutionaries always used to go for the TV and radio stations first. Now it's all about social media.
Two al Shabab militants and one police officer are dead after a shootout near the Somalia border.