Foreign minister says 'only the United States has the capacity to identify and smash al-Shabab elements operating within our country'
Grace Mugabe was mum on the issue of allegedly assaulting a model at a South African hotel
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According to Oxfam, Italy will need 1.6 million migrants over the next 10 years as there is need for workers
But some activists now asking president to release some 20 others, call back those in exile, and recall up to 5,000 soldiers deployed to English-speaking regions
Kenya's Supreme Court nullifies election results due to 'irregularities and illegalities' committed by electoral board during vote, orders new polls within 60 days
Supporting would-be female entrepreneurs could generate at least a third of West African country's current revenues, according to the World Bank
Department of Homeland Security is expected to decide soon whether to extend, redesignate or terminate the program for two countries
Diane Rwigara, a rare challenger to longtime President Paul Kagame, arrested Wednesday along with three siblings and their mother according to her brother in the US
Floods in India, Bangladesh and Nepal have killed more than 1,200 people and affected 40 million, and are likely to intensify
Afonso Dhlakama says his Renamo party has been negotiating cautiously with the government to avoid a deadlock
Event, postponed due to Christopher Allen's death in South Sudan, was to have taken place next week in Philadelphia