President Obama's election is stirring the political hopes of minorities – like Claire Edey – in Europe's largest immigrant nation, but steep barriers remain.
Tender tale of an old man contemplating suicide and a good-natured immigrant taxi driver who tries to save him.
From the rise of the tightwad to the decline of the Sun Belt, American values and industries will be reinvented as the nation comes out of the worst recession since the 1930s.
The murder of the president and the Army chief on Monday raises questions about the nature of the instability in this African nation.
The claim by Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb that it holds hostages kidnapped more than a month ago fuels fears that the group is expanding its reach.
Less than two years after introducing mobile banking, M-Pesa has registered one-sixth of the population as customers and moves more than $4 million each day.
The 'Obama effect' should now be harnessed to call for equal opportunity for French minorities.
Although commodity prices for a wide range of crops have fallen by as much as 50 percent from record highs in June, the financial crisis is expected to make food shortages dramatically worse.
In a nation of 40 percent literacy and great poverty, students read novels in lunch-break installments at this struggling civic institution.