Felicien Kabuga, an alleged financier of the 1994 genocide in Rwanda, is fit to stand trial, a U.N. tribunal ruled Monday, saying it must begin "as soon as possible" in The Hague.
Clashes in Sudan's Darfur between Arab and non-Arab groups have killed more than 100 people, adding to a toll of hundreds in the region over recent months.
Mali said Sunday it was withdrawing from a west African force fighting jihadists to protest its being rejected as head of the G5 regional group.
FM Ibrahim Ghandour says international community believes the ICC indictment is politically motivated because it targets only Africans
People with HIV today can live a near normal life-span
South Sudan foreign minister says his government still has reservations about agreement, including demilitarizing capital, Juba
Observers says key ministers come from ruling party, including security minister, who is likely to continue crackdown on critics
Former PM Frederick Sumaye’s defection Saturday to the opposition Chadema Party followed that of Edward Lowassa, another former PM
Father Mussie tells European Union give migrants work, sending development aid to Africa
A presidential advisor to President Isaias Afewerki claims times are changing
'The hardest is going through Sudan to Libya,' says a Stockholm human rights activist