Zimbabwe's capital and most populous city, Harare, has confirmed six cases of typhoid fever in the past five days in various suburbs, sparking fears of a major outbreak.
Under Kim Jong Un, North Korea's Children Suffering Severe Malnutrition Need $18M In Aid Immediately, UN Says
Some 25,000 children are suffering from severe acute malnutrition and require treatment, the United Nations Children’s Fund said Tuesday.
Uthukela Mayor Dudu Mazibuko said the scholarship for virgin young women is intended to "reduce HIV, AIDS and unwanted pregnancy."
In Central African Republic Election, Candidates Anicet-Georges Dologuélé, Faustin-Archange Touadera Vie For Presidency
Central African Republic's constitutional court said former prime ministers Anicet-Georges Dologuélé and Faustin-Archange Touadera will face off in the final voting round.
The National Prosecuting Authority of South Africa said Monday that Oscar Pistorius’ appeal arguments are “without merit and contrived.”
Out of the 104 parliament members attending the session, 89 voted against the proposed unity government on Monday.
Winter Storm Jonas Snowfall Totals: 2016 Blizzard Buries New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Washington, DC
The storm dumped massive amounts of snow across New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Washington, D.C.
Ethiopia Drought Crisis: Pastoralists Threatened By El Niño, Land Grabbing, Population Growth Adopt Nontraditional Methods To Survive
Finding good drinking water and pastures are matters of life and death for traditional pastoralists in Ethiopia, whose fortunes are tied to their domestic animals.
Nigerian Army Rescues 370 Boko Haram Hostages During Anti-Terrorist Operations In Northeast, Military Chief Says
It was not immediately clear whether any of the rescued hostages were the Chibok schoolgirls, who were kidnapped by Boko Haram in April 2014.
A report said Yoweri Museveni, who is seeking a fifth term, spent 12 times more on his campaign than his top two opponents combined.
One man lost three friends in the al-Shabab attack on the capital city's Lido beach. "They were my classmates," he said.
Davos 2016: South African President Zuma Slammed For Missing Key Panel On Africa At World Economic Forum
South African President Jacob Zuma has long been criticized for his leadership abilities.
There have been reports that dozens of young Sudanese have traveled to neighboring Libya to fight alongside radical Islamic militias.
National Popcorn Day 2016: Freebies, Activities, Recipes And Facts To Celebrate America's Favorite Snack Food
If you’re looking for freebies, many malls, movie theaters, university centers and gourmet popcorn shops across the country will treat popcorn lovers to free bags.
Fifty-five people, including governors and civil servants within former President Goodluck Jonathan’s administration, allegedly stole $9 billion.
Republican Debate Drinking Game 2016: Best Rules For When To Sip, Gulp And Guzzle During GOP Showdown
The rules for tonight's Republican debate drinking game are simple. If your candidate says one of his specific words, you drink. If any candidate says a community word, everyone drinks.
The rumor that Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe suffered a heart attack is a "grim lie," his spokesman said Thursday.
Jakarta ISIS Attacks Live Updates: Indonesia Economy Expected To Survive Islamic State Attack, Analysts Say
Analysts don’t expect the deadly, ISIS-claimed attacks in Indonesia’s capital to derail the country’s economic growth outlook.
After ISIS Attacks, Egypt Spends $32M On X-Ray Machines, Surveillance Cameras, Sniffer Dogs At Tourist Resorts
The measures expected to be announced Thursday are part of a plan to revive the North African nation’s waning tourism industry.
The terror threat is a far cry from war-torn Libya. But experts said Morocco is at risk as the Islamic State group looks to expand on Europe’s doorstep.
Egypt’s housing ministry agreed Monday with one of China’s largest construction companies to build sanitation networks for 260 villages.
The winning numbers for the next Powerball jackpot drawing will be revealed Wednesday at 10:59 p.m. EST. The prize has skyrocketed to $1.5 billion.
Unidentified gunmen as well as local residents targeted the agency in Mogadishu Tuesday, five days after Somalia cut ties with Tehran.
The government has proposed new regulations of religious bodies in the country, which bishops call an attack.
Pistorius was charged with the premeditated murder of Reeva Steenkamp, who was found shot to death in February 2013.
The protesters are fighting the government's plan to integrate infrastructure development in the capital with that of surrounding towns.
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Burundi's government views the African Union’s plan to send peacekeepers to protect civilians as an invasion.
Who Is Refaai Hamo? Syrian Refugee 'The Scientist' To Be Michelle Obama's Guest At State Of The Union
Refaai Hamo was featured on the popular photo blog Humans of New York as "The Scientist," and his story caught the eye of the first family.
Attending a private school participating in Louisiana’s controversial voucher program increases the likelihood of failing in math by 50 percent, a study has found.