Algeria’s deadly policy of leaving migrants in the Sahara Desert, where temperatures often exceed 122 degrees F., has almost completely ended after widespread condemnation. More than 13,000 people had been dropped off in the region since May 2017.
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, who has been making sweeping changes in the country, said about the attack: "Love always wins. Killing others is a defeat. To those who tried to divide us, I want to tell you that you have not succeeded."
An explosion injured 49 people where Zimbabwe's president was addressing a campaign rally on Saturday. It is unclear who carried out the explosion or why it took place, but Zimbabwe officials have vowed that the attack will not derail the upcoming election.
As Boko Haram’s war against education grinds into its 10th year, a quiet counterinsurgency is also building strength. It’s a fight with unlikely front lines.
While a harsh drought has hindered progress for coffee farmers in Kenya and their thirsty crops, many farmers have switched to the avocado business – a crop that's proving to provide better earnings with less maintenance and resources.
In a country where temperatures often exceed 100 degrees F., a British funded initiative is providing women in a Kenyan village with refrigerated ATM-like machines to help them sustain and grow the booming camel milk business.
For the past two years, researchers have been studying Kenya's underground water resource system with the ultimate aim of determining sustainable water practices in a country struggling to meet water demand.
France players celebrate winning the World Cup with coach Didier Deschamps after beating Croatia 4-2 at the Luzhniki Stadium, in Moscow, Russia, on July 15.
President Emmerson Mnangagwa has announced that Zimbabwe will hold an internationally monitored general election July 30 – the first monitored election since 2002 and one that could prompt a reinstatement of financial aid by foreign lenders.