US diplomat says arms embargo is still on the table for South Sudan
The International Committee of the Red Cross has started rehabilitating some of the dilapidated Zimbabwe prisons, most built during the colonial era
Experts say Kenya, which marked World TB Day with a historic report, is still lagging behind in the fight against the disease
Noting that Germain Katanga is indigent and unlikely to pay, judges acknowledged the ruling is partly 'symbolic' and asked the court's Trust Fund for Victims to consider paying the damages on his behalf
Sudan's government refutes criticism, says it 'condemns any use of chemical weapons anywhere in the world'
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Pa'gan Amum, now living in Denver, says diaspora woman trying to demonize him
In what Human Rights Watch calls a significant step toward accountability, the commission can now collect and preserve evidence, and identify suspected perpetrators
Oil company accused of 'fiercely' opposing environmental testing and of concealing data showing thousands of Nigerians are exposed to health hazards from a stalled cleanup of the worst oil spills in the West African nation's history
Head of maritime police forces tells Reuters 10 Yemeni crew aboard boat were dumped on shore
Extreme lack of rain has killed dozens and is forcing pastoralists into cities
Former president was detained in prisons and hospitals for six years following Arab Spring uprising