“it just doesn't feel real.” Hundreds gathered for a vigil to remember the 22 victims of Monday’s attack.
Etienne Tshisekedi was the man with the experience to lead Congo to elections in 2017. After his death, they are in doubt.
In Ethiopia, 9,000 Jews are waiting to move to Israel—but it may not be the promised land after all.
The African Union wants to roll out the continental passport to millions of Africans.
The Nigerian politicians involved have denied the allegations.
An internal memo said the U.S. must threaten military strikes to deter Assad.
The pope hinted he is a fan of beauty and fashion vlogs which impart advice to young fans.
At least four people were killed during an election rerun in the oil-producing state.
Pope will visit a mosque while in Central African Republic.
Pyongyang wants the resumption of tourist trips to the country, while Seoul will ask for family reunions.
The pope will address President Kenyatta and visit a Nairobi slum while in Kenya.
The Public Security Minister and the Deputy Director of the National Police Force are among those facing sanction.
Belgian capital still fears an imminent attack although schools and metro plans to reopen
The ISIS bogeyman is reported to have been hit by an airstrike, but will his death change anything among the militants?
Russian athletics has been engulfed by a doping crisis and the new IAAF chief will be facing some difficult questions
Blood transfusions, steroids and cocaine are some of the illegal way athletes boost their performance.
The EU's pledge of 1.8 billion euros will not stop Africans risking their lives to reach Europe.
The trade also allegedly benefits the militant group Al-Shabab.
The U.S. State Department will pay out good money for any information on the whereabouts of the alleged leader of the Somali militant group.
The U.S. has requested information on the leader of the Somali Islamist group
Report also alleges that the trade benefits the militant group Al-Shabab
EU officials, on the other hand, want the deal to include binding restrictions on carbon emissions.
Chilling parallels exist between Burundi and Rwanda, where 800,000 died in the 1994 genocide
The Scandinavian country expects 190,000 refugees to arrive by the end of 2015.
The Russian president said that sport "is only interesting when it is honest."