Pascal Affi Nguessan says after conferring with President Alassane Ouattara that he saw 'a political will to settle all problems related to the post-electoral crisis'
There is no reason to send troops to peaceful nation, Willy Nyamitwe insists; others disagree, citing reports of gang rape and fleeing residents
Manuel Bissopo, Renamo party secretary general, is wounded in Beira; ruling Frelimo party denies any role in attack
‘We need to stop this bloodletting in Burundi which is causing our youth to disappear,’ ex-leader says; current president stands firmly against AU-led force
‘My efforts to unite the party have proved futile,’ said founding member Mile Sampa, who reportedly has presidential ambitions; ‘You cannot unify people using [untruths],’ responded PF party spokesman
Business suffering greatly as political crisis forces hundreds of thousands to flee into the countryside or to neighboring countries
Governors of four northern states sign memorandums of understanding with Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and (Aliko) Dangote Foundation
Case of Dominic Ongwen, a senior commander in Lord's Resistance Army, has divided many on meaning of justice and reconciliation
Attackers stormed the restaurant of the Lido Beach View Hotel Thursday evening, setting off explosions and firing on guests
Hundreds of protesters set fire to police post and try to storm local government buildings in several towns during third day of rioting, residents said.
They endured stigma, abuse, attacks from traumatized and terrified communities as they worked to curb epidemic by safely burying highly infectious bodies of Ebola dead
First case was reported last week when Ebola was detected in corpse of a young woman who became ill and died on January 12, now woman's aunt has tested positive