Al-Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) calls them 'legitimate targets' and urges Muslims to boycott them
The pace of growth is expected to plateau, while African governments are increasingly tapping global debt markets
President Salva Kiir calls on the rebel leader to return to Juba
The United States was “proud and hopeful supporter” of the fledgling country when it gained independence in 2011
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It is the ninth time Ebola has been recorded in the DRC, whose eastern Ebola river gave the deadly virus its name when it was discovered there in the 1970s
Worst drought in living memory hits vineyards in Western Cape hard, reducing grape harvests and adding to pressure on region’s centuries-old wine industry, officials say
Case, backed by legal and human rights organizations, poses direct challenge to Italy’s much-touted 2017 deal with Libya that has greatly reduced the number of asylum-seekers reaching Europe
Parliamentary committee on mines had ordered Mugabe to face legislators over his previous pronouncements that state had been deprived of at least $15 billion in diamond revenue by mining companies
Congo's President Joseph Kabila has been in power since 2001, and the country has simmered with tensions over long-delayed presidential election
Military, in emailed statement, says troops rescued hostages from Malamkari, Amchaka, Walasa and Gora villages of Bama Local Government Area in northeastern state of Borno.