Take Your Kid To Work Day 2016: 10 Tips For Parents And Role Models About Bringing Daughters And Sons To The Office
Here are 10 tips for parents, guardians and role models who plan to take kids to work this Thursday.
The mandate of MINUSCA, as the peacekeeping force is known, was originally set to expire Saturday.
In case you can’t find the words to say thanks on Administrative Professionals’ Day, here are some quotes to get you started.
Twenty-three NGOs called for urgent aid to drought-ravaged Somalia, where residents are struck by the devastating effects of the current El Niño.
It’s the first time ISIS has claimed responsibility for an attack in Somalia, where al Qaeda affiliate al-Shabab has dominated the armed conflict scene.
Beyoncé Lemonade Controversy: Drudge Report Calls Singer 'Urban Terrorist' Over 'Hold Up' Music Video
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Georgia removed Confederate Memorial Day from its state calendar last year and replaced it with the generic name "state holiday."
Fawaz Ould Ahmeida is accused of masterminding the November raid on the Radisson Blu hotel in Mali's capital of Bamako, among others.
To celebrate Earth Day, take a look at these stunning photos of our planet from space by NASA and learn how you can do your part to protect it.
If Kenya fails to prove that it’s cracking down on doping, some of the world’s best athletes could miss out on the Olympics.
Refugee Crisis 2016: Somalia Bans Citizens From Traveling To Sudan After Migrant Deaths In Mediterranean Sea
Somali migrants travel through Sudan into Libya or Egypt, from where they set off in overcrowded, rickety boats that must sail through choppy seas.
The African nation’s army tried to cover up the slaughter of hundreds of Shiite men, women and children, an Amnesty International report says.
There’s more to understand about the new face of the $20 bill than her work as an abolitionist. These six facts will surprise you.
Thought to bring wealth and good luck, albino body parts have become a hot commodity on the black market in Malawi and southern Africa.
A government official in Ethiopia’s western Gambella region told local media the children would soon be rescued from South Sudan and reunited with their families.
Marijuana 4/20 Quotes 2016: Funny, Inspirational National Weed Day Sayings To Share On Reefer Holiday
“Herb is the healing of a nation," Jamaican reggae artist Bob Marley once said of marijuana.
A severe fuel shortage is behind the move by the Nigeria-based terrorist group, say civilian and military sources in the African nation.
The IMF also canceled a planned trip to Mozambique this week after discovering the country allegedly had $1 billion in previously undisclosed government debt.
Somali Prime Minister Omar Abdirashid Ali Sharmarke made the requests at a meeting Tuesday with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.
Patriots' Day 2016: Facts, Events And What's Open, Closed On State Holiday In Maine And Massachusetts
Here’s everything you need to know about this year's Patriots’ Day, including interesting facts, related events and what’s open and closed.
For Malawi residents, however, the declaration seems too little too late.
Some of the Nigerian students abducted April 14, 2014, escaped from their captors. But what happened to the remaining 219 remains a mystery.
Following Revelation Of Nigeria’s Shiite Muslim Mass Graves, Amnesty International Calls For Independent Investigation
A Nigerian government official revealed this week that 347 Shiite Muslims were killed and secretly buried following clashes with the military.
Should Zuma Resign Over Nkandla Scandal? ANC Leaders Urge South African President To ‘Do The Right Thing’
Leaders of South Africa’s ruling ANC party in Gauteng province have all but urged President Jacob Zuma to resign over the Nkandla scandal.
The military conducted the vast operation with Cameroonian troops from the Multinational Joint Task Force, whose mandate is to end Boko Haram’s brutal insurgency.
Taiwan's Foreign Ministry said Kenyan police carrying assault rifles threw tear gas to force its citizens onto a China-bound plane.
Chadians must decide whether to re-elect one of the longest-serving leaders in Africa, President Idriss Déby.
Freelance photographer Kevin Patrick Dawes, 33, was kidnapped after traveling to Syria from Turkey in 2012.
In an online statement released Tuesday, the Nigerian military urged other militants to abandon the Islamic insurgency.
With a divided opposition and no strong challenger, the leader of the African nation will extend his 17-year rule.