US Airstrike Outside Somalia's Capital Kills 4 al-Shabab

JOHANNESBURG —  The U.S. military says it has killed four members of the al-Shabab extremist group with a “self-defense airstrike” outside Somalia’s capital after partner

Vice President: Gabon's Bongo Suffered A Stroke

LIBREVILLE, GABON —  Gabon’s President Ali Bongo, out of the country since falling ill in October, suffered a stroke, his vice president said, providing the

Congo's Kabila Doesn't Rule out Seeking Presidency in Future

KINSHASA, DRC —  Congo’s President Joseph Kabila is stepping down after this month’s election but he doesn’t rule out seeking the post again in the

Hunger, Lice, Filth: Moroccan Camp Shows Migrant Challenges

CASABLANCA, MOROCCO —  As Morocco prepares to host the signing of a landmark global migration agreement, hundreds of migrants are languishing in a Casablanca camp

UN Agency Hopes to Revive Zimbabwe's Agriculture Sector

The International Fund for Agricultural Development, a United Nations agency, is set to make its first investment in Zimbabwe in several years. The president of

Haunted by Colonial Past, Belgium's Africa Museum Reopens After Revamp

TERVUREN, BELGIUM —  Belgium’s Africa Museum reopened on Saturday after a five-year restoration to repackage its looted treasures with a critical view of the country’s

Woman Bodybuilder in Malawi Gains Fame, Dispels Stereotypes

BLANTYRE, MALAWI —  In Malawi, bodybuilding and bodybuilding competitions have long been regarded as a male-only activity. But 33-year-old Doreen Kumbatira is changing that perception.

Woman Bodybuilder in Malawi Gains Fame, Dashes Stereotypes

In Malawi, bodybuilding and bodybuilding competitions have long been regarded as a male-only activity. But Doreen Kumbatira, 33, is changing that perception. Kumbatira is the

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