Sudan President Bashir and South Sudan President Kiir are heaping blame on one another amid first cross-border attacks.
The second election in Congo's history is still two weeks away, but violence and hate speech are already on the rise.
Senegal's President Wade, up for reelection, faces growing unpopularity and unemployment, but the opposition is divided enough that he could still succeed.
Bangkok residents, unfazed by the floods that have created water levels as high as three feet, kept their businesses and transportation open.
But the Mexican bloggers' demands in the manifesto – many beyond the power of the Mexican government to enforce – highlight the vulnerability of social media users to drug cartel violence.
Criticizing the Obama administration's handling of the "Arab Spring," the pullout from Iraq, and the US's response to a resurgent China is the easy part for Republican presidential challengers.
The peaceful rollout of some 3,000 Brazilian troops and cops into Rio's Rocinha slum was a PR success for the Rio government, writes guest blogger Rachel Glickhouse, but it left many wondering why such a massive operation with such intensive media coverage was necessary.
In Libya, militia clashes around Tripoli and elsewhere are hindering government attempts to build democratic structures and civil society.
How did snowy Minneapolis beat out Portland, Ore., for the title of best bike city in America? This year, Minneapolis is adding 57 new miles of bikeways to the 127 miles already built, and an additional 183 miles are planned over the next 20 years.
The call comes one day after supporters of embattled Syrian President Bashar al-Assad attacked several embassies in response to the Arab League's Saturday decision to suspend Syria.