"At a certain moment in your life, you have some tools. And I have some tools," Brazzaville Foundation President Jean-Yves Ollivier told Newsweek.
The United States carried out its first evacuations of private citizens in Sudan after initially ruling the efforts out as too dangerous.
It comes after hundreds of Americans reached Port Sudan in the first U.S.-run evacuation of private American citizens on April 29.
"The U.S. and international partners...need to move away from the one-size-fits-all approach to peace processes," an ex-State Department adviser told Newsweek.
"Pray for our country & the 16,000 Americans Biden left in Sudan," Representative Mary Miller, an Illinois Republican, tweeted on Sunday.
A U.S. official denied claims by one warring faction, the Rapid Security Forces, that it assisted with the evacuation of the American embassy in Khartoum.
Two New York-based individuals have been charged for allegedly supporting Chinese interests as part of a secret outpost in Manhattan.
Flights to Khartoum have been suspended, neighboring Chad has closed its border with Sudan and internet services have been blocked.
John Godfrey tweeted about the "extremely dangerous" situation in the African country.
Some elephants have made their home in this African desert—probably the toughest place on Earth to survive for these animals.
When the rights citizens enjoy are delivered through a democratically elected government, they come with a level of legitimacy and acceptance only possible through consent.
Uganda is home to about 5,000 chimpanzees and although deaths caused by the apes are rare, they have been known to be aggressive on occasion.
Russia and the U.S. have both been trying to win over African nations. A warrant for the Russian president's arrest may have given the U.S. an edge.
The East Africa Rift is slowly splitting apart and is expected to eventually fill with water, forming a brand new ocean.
Trevor Datnow said his video captures "the last chapter of a confrontation between life and death."
Wagner Group, the private military company that has fought alongside the Russian military, might be changing its strategic focus.
The virus is a close relative of Ebola and causes very similar symptoms, including hemorrhaging and organ failure.
The 3-year-old lion had puncture wounds in its abdomen and fractures after the buffalo turned on him.
"I stared at the exact spot where the snake was for at least 30 seconds before actually seeing it," nature guide Ian Ferreira told Newsweek.
"The U.S. invasion and subsequent occupation is directly related to the rise of ISIS," Zaid al-Ali, former adviser to the U.N. mission in Iraq, told Newsweek.
The fungus has contributed to declines in hundreds of amphibian species, pushing dozens to extinction, biologist Vance Vredenburg told Newsweek.
The authorities suspect the feet belonged to a missing person who fell victim to a crocodile attack.
Frogs across the world are being infected by a skin-infecting fungus that is responsible for driving many species into being endangered or even extinct.
We have a unique opportunity to rally investment and technology for climate adaptation.
Despite Wagner's prominence in Ukraine, there exists a long, complicated, and tenuous relationship between Wagner's head and the upper brass of Russia's Ministry of Defense (MoD). This has been amplified by Prigozhin frequently criticizing Russian military leadership, complaining of their unwillingness to resupply Wagner fighters while also claiming credit for delivering tactical victories by capturing places like Popasna and Soledar.
"Steering the owner away from danger...amazing," snake catcher Nick Evans said in a Facebook post.