The joint summit, dubbed “Tanzania-Rwanda Trade Forum 2016,” is the first of its kind.
Amina Ali Nkek was reportedly found Tuesday in Sambisa forest, near Nigeria’s border with Cameroon, more than two years after her kidnapping.
A Human Rights Watch report details horrific atrocities by the Islamic State group in Sirte, including instances of “crucifixions.”
In remote regions, babies born with cleft lip and palate are seen as bad luck. Advocates want to heal not only the children but also the economy.
The children were among dozens kidnapped by the armed group about a month ago in a cross-border raid.
The heavy downpours, which have been attributed to the current El Niño, also injured dozens and damaged infrastructure in the north.
Chevron Nigeria Limited said its Okan offshore facility in the Niger Delta region was attacked Wednesday, resulting in an oil spill.
Mint juleps are the official cocktail of Kentucky Derby, which is set to take place Saturday, May 7. Here's how to make them.
National Nurses Week 2016, beginning Friday, is a time to recognize the vital roles nurses play in hospitals and medical centers in the U.S.
The introduction of the bond notes does not signal the return of the defunct Zimbabwean dollar, which the country ditched in 2009.
The move leaves just 31 accredited drug-testing labs left in the world, and none in Africa for the time being.
Kenyan police chief Joseph Boinnet said officials uncovered a terror cell linked to the Islamic State group that was allegedly planning a "biological attack."
The drought-racked southern African nation put its wild animals up for sale Tuesday in a bid to ease financial pressure on its national parks.
Beyoncé rocked her Givenchy dress on the Met Gala red carpet Monday night. But the superstar’s husband, Jay Z, was noticeably absent.
Burkina Faso is battling more frequent and long-lasting droughts, with the capital Ouagadougou suffering from severe water shortages in recent weeks.
Designers, models, actors, musicians and celebrities have waited all year for Monday’s star-studded event.
Teacher Appreciation Week is a time to give back and say thanks to all the great teachers who devote their lives to mentoring and shaping young minds.
“It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge,” Albert Einstein once said.
To celebrate National Barbecue Month, here’s a roundup of the best BBQ recipes, freebies and deals.
“It is labor indeed that puts the difference on everything,” John Locke once said.
The longtime priest's efforts against the Vietnam War during the late 1960s landed him in a federal prison in 1970.
Since late 2014, Malawian police have recorded at least 65 cases of violence against people with albinism, a U.N. expert said.
Many countries and conservationists praised the Kenyan government's move Saturday to torch 105 tons of ivory, but some said it sent a dangerous message.
At Saturday night's White House Correspondents' Association dinner, President Obama took shots at politicians from both parties.
Beltane is a pagan spring festival that marks the end of winter and the fertility of the coming summer.
South African President Jacob Zuma is already facing calls for his resignation, but the High Court's ruling intensifies the pressure on him.
There are plenty of reasons to appreciate trees and ways to celebrate Arbor Day this Friday.
Nnamdi Okonkwo, managing director of Fidelity Bank PLC in Lagos, has been arrested by Nigeria's anti-corruption agency.
“We need the support of the World Bank for the repatriation of the funds,” Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari said.
The world's youngest nation has a chance to emerge from 28 months of conflict that has ravaged its economy. But some say success seems unlikely.