Peter Biar Ajak has been detained because he's a threat to South Sudan's corrupt regime, his friends and family say.
Genetic research has nearly excluded an entire continent. A massive effort to remedy that could change the future of cancer treatment—and of science.
The attacks and deadly retaliation are threatening to eclipse Boko Haram as the top security issue leading into next year's election, analysts have warned.
The program aims to protect elephants and black rhinos in East Africa.
The owner of the school near Lagos, Nigeria, refused to untie the students and attacked a police officer.
Newsweek sat down with Nice Nailantei Leng’ete, a 27-year-old woman from Kenya, who is changing the lives of thousands of young girls.
A suicide bomber killed up to 15 in the Somali town of Wanlaweyn, located near the Baledogle Airfield.
Austria and Australia, Niger and Nigeria, Uruguay and Paraguay, listen up.
Some saw the outrage itself as an ignorant perspective: "Why aren't you all equally upset that Brooklyn hired a white curator for photography?"
Gaps in the U.S. chain of command may have doomed four Green Berets of Operational Detachment-Alpha Team 3212.
Over 10,000 Chinese marines traveled across the country for battle exercises as they prepared for threats at home and abroad.
South Africa was "offended" after an Australian minister said the white Afrikaner population was "persecuted" and in need of a "civilized country."
U.S. special forces killed 11 ISIS fighters in a firefight on December 6, two months after four Green Berets were killed in a militant ambush.
Ugandan President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni is a Trump supporter with a history of controversial comments.
The heads of the Navy and Marine Corps are worried that China’s global outreach was detrimental to U.S. interests, but Beijing might just be ahead.
David Parirenyatwa, Zimbabwe's health minister, says condoms imported from China are too small for African men.
Attacks on Western interests tripled in five years.
The tools are around 385,000 years old.
The African Union called off plans to demand an apology for Trump's "racist and xenophobic behavior"
"We, who know precisely what it's like to be refugees, to be homeless and bereft of a state that preserves and protects us from violence and suffering, cannot comprehend how a Jewish government can expel refugees and asylum seekers to a journey of suffering, torment and death."
After months of uncertainty about the status of the ban, the president told Piers Morgan he plans to keep restricting hunters from bringing back the trophies.