Hero saves 2-year-old swallowed by the hippo by throwing stones at the beast to get it to release the boy.
Local, indigenous knowledge is critical to early warning and early action needed to get ahead of climate crises.
Yes, the United States has a lot to offer to Niger, but we also have a lot to give in return.
Simon Ateba told Fox News: "I can confirm that the level of discrimination against me and against African journalists in the White House is astounding."
Gustave the Nile crocodile has not been since since 2016, but experts say he could still be out there.
Climate change is a global problem.
"It was the most surreal feeling. I couldn't believe it," pilot Roan Carr-Hartley who found the boy told Newsweek. "The feeling at first was shock and disbelief."
Abortion is illegal or heavily restricted across most of Africa. But money has a way of maneuvering around the law.
"Russian leadership regards developing ties with the continent as a strategic foreign policy objective," Moscow's top Africa diplomat Oleg Ozerov told Newsweek.
The Kenyan government will only be able to provide 150 million condoms, short of the expected demand of 262 million, says AIDS Healthcare Foundation Kenya.
The world leaders who gathered for the past two weeks knew they had to reduce burning fossil fuels by half by 2030 to effectively fight climate change, just like the landscaper who placed the formerly green tree at the entrance knew there should be a drip-irrigation pipe to water the tree. Yet neither happened.
"Guys, I thought I was gonna die, [you could see] the fear in my eyes," the woman says in the video that left TikTok users stunned.
The reporter kept going after the elephant's trunk poked his ear, but when it tickled his nose, he finally gave in to a fit of giggles.
Poaching of vulnerable and endangered animals has increased in recent months because of a drought scorching Kenya and other nearby African countries.
Everything you never knew about hippos, including how they are closely related to whales.
We will not accept one rule for them and another rule for us.
The aircraft was about 328 feet in midair when it encountered weather-related problems.
"These behaviors, like similar behaviors in primates, seem to upend the popular belief that only humans have an awareness of death," an expert told Newsweek.
Women still accused of witchcraft today are forced to flee to camps, where they suffer deplorable conditions.
Newsweek looks at some of the countries around the world that don't typically celebrate Halloween, and some may surprise you.
The observation confirms the transboundary movement of the shark at a time when orcas continue to feast on the species in South Africa.
The incredibly rare elephant twins, first spotted by research teams in January, never had a great chance of survival amid the ongoing drought.
"Although elephant births are common, seeing one occur in the wild is a special event," David Daballen of Save the Elephants told Newsweek.
The 21-day lockdown is in effect in Uganda's Mubende and Kassanda districts.
Lack of access to health centers, poor antivenom supplies and some of the deadliest snakes in the world all contribute to the problem.