Joyce Banda is wanted for arrest over alleged abuse of office and money-laundering offenses, police said on Monday
Journalists face high risk, but possible high rewards for working in Somalia
US and British diplomats in Kenya have expressed grave concern about Msando's death and offered the Kenyan government assistance in investigating
Among those challenging Sirleaf in the October 10 election are her vice president and two of the men she faced during Liberia's 2011 vote
Human Rights Watch says government soldiers deployed to fight rebels in counter insurgency operations committed many crimes against civilians including arbitrary detention, torture, enforced disappearances
Electoral commission vows not to be intimidated a week before the nationwide vote
President Kagame is widely expected to score an easy victory in the Friday vote
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Police say they wish to question Joyce Banda about her suspected involvement in 2013 Cashgate corruption scandal
Aid workers are concerned what this could mean for food security in region, where fall armyworm invasion and drought have decimated crops in recent years
Local tech start-ups are tackling day-to-day conveniences in the capital, Dakar and helping young people find jobs in the process
Senegal’s tech scene has been slow to get off the ground for lack of qualified coders. A locally run company is trying to change that, while also helping young people find jobs. Sofia Christensen has the story for VOA from Dakar.