Violent demonstrations possible in Democratic Republic of Congo after a presidential election
U.N. efforts to smooth over incident with Somali government and return envoy to Mogadishu fail; U.N. chief says he will appoint a new envoy
On Thursday, the first Muslim women to serve in Congress, Democrats Ilhan Omar of Minnesota and Rashida Tlaib of Michigan were sworn into office, as inspired young Muslim Americans and refugees watched closely.
Supporters thrilled their new House representative will be able to stand up for Muslim values, share them with American public
Former finance minister, top bankers among group arrested on US indictment over $2 billion worth of secret loans that drove Mozambique into debt crisis
Inter-ethnic clashes in DRC have killed dozens of people and injured many more, driving 16,000 people to flee to Congo-Brazzaville
South Sudan's ambassador to Khartoum says four South Sudanese who were not taking part in Sudan's protests were shot and killed
A government spokesman says on state TV that jihadists attacked the town of Yirgou on Monday night in an effort to stoke ethnic conflict
Anti-government demonstrations preceding presidential elections on December 26 disrupted key Ebola response activities in some affected areas of the province
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The new institution opens its doors amid international debate on returning African art back to African countries
Police are using tear gas to disperse thousands of demonstrators in the Sudanese capital protesting the rule of autocratic President Omar al-Bashir