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New Ebola Cases in Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone's capital Freetown has suffered a fresh outbreak of Ebola, dashing hopes that health authorities in the densely-populated city of 1.2 million had...

Pakistan Heat Wave: Death Toll Passes 700

After an intense heat wave seared southern Pakistan, residents were relieved as pre-monsoon rains cooled the region Wednesday. The scorching temperatures killed at least...

Rwandan spy chief to face war crimes charges

Rwandan Foreign minister Louise Mushikiwabo has reportedly arrived in London to discuss with UK authorities the arrest of the Director General of Rwanda's National...

Fish with “human teeth” discovered by fisherman in US

  This was the day in the life of some shocked fishermen in New Jersey USA. It began with what they now say is the most...

Al-Shabab attacks UAE embassy in Somalia

Somalia’s Al-Shabab insurgents killed at least six people Wednesday in a suicide attack on a diplomatic convoy from the United Arab Emirates in the...

Burundi ruling and opposition parties boycott restart of UN-led talks

  Efforts to ease the ongoing tensions in Burundi have hit a snarl after  the ruling CNDD-FDD party and  its opposition ally , UPRONA, announced...

SA High Court says allowing Bashir to leave was a violation...

  South African High Court Judge Dunstan Mlambo said that allowing Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir to leave the country despite an order compelling him not...

This Chinese Mushroom can reduce weight in Animals

Researchers have found good use for a a Chinese mushroom that grows in the wild. The Mushroom called "lingzhi" in China or "reishi" in Japan...

Jacob Zuma defends police in Marikana shooting

South Africa's President Jacob Zuma on Tuesday defended the actions of police who shot dead 34 striking workers in 2012 at Lonmin's Marikana mine. Speaking...

Tunisia celebrates World Music Day

Hundreds of revelers descended on one of Tunis's main streets over the weekend to watch musicians take to the stage as part of World...