Giant crocodile said to have eaten 300 people: 'They never kill for fun'
Gustave the Nile crocodile has not been since since 2016, but experts say he could still be out there.
North Korea Is Slavery Capital of the World
Around 2.6 million North Koreans—one in 10 of the population—are modern-day slaves.
France 'Insults' African Nation Gifting Them Donkeys
The French ambassador denounced the critics as "trolls."
Burundian Refugee Camps 'Running Out of Land:' U.N.
Around 600 Burundian refugees per day crossed into Tanzania in January.
Six Stories That Will Shape Sub-Saharan Africa in 2017
Political change, separatist insurgencies and a possible genocide project a tough year for the continent.
Why an African Mass Withdrawal From the ICC Is Possible
African 'domino effect' is symptomatic of tensions within the international justice system.
South Africa to Pull Out of ICC
South Africa said the ICC's demands hamper its obligations as a peacemaker in Africa.
As Burundi Abandons the ICC, Who Could Be Next?
Burundi is set to become the first country to withdraw from the International Criminal Court.
Burundi Ruling Party's Youth Guilty of Gang Rapes: HRW
The Imbonerakure played a key role in President Nkurunziza's controversial re-election.
Burundian Agents Viciously Torture Detainees: HRW
The U.N. has documented over 650 cases of torture in Burundi in a year.
Burundi: Pupils Sent Home for Defacing Nkurunziza Photo
President Nkurunziza is cracking down on expressions of dissent in Burundi.
Can DR Congo Afford Another Civil War?
DRC risks either explosion or stagnation due to a political crisis and unresolved conflict in the east.
Burundi and Rwanda: East Africa's Bad Neighbors
The political crisis in Burundi has put strain on relations between two countries with a violent past.
Burundi: War Crimes Court to Probe Year-Long Violence
The ICC has launched a preliminary examination of the violence that has killed over 400 people.
Clooney Shares Refugee Family History in Armenia
The actor's ancestors fled Ireland during the Great Famine.
Brutal and Bloody Memories Haunt Burundi's Refugees
Twelve months into the African country's crisis, the flood of refugees from Burundi has slowed significantly, but close to 2,000 Burundians still flee each week.
Burundi: 'Shocking' Rise in Torture Cases in 2016
Security forces are responsible for the majority of alleged torture cases, the U.N. said.
Burundi: Government Welcomes U.N. Police Plan
Almost 500 people have been killed during political violence in Burundi since April 2015.
How Somalia Could Suffer From the Crisis in Burundi
The EU is considering pulling its funding from Burundi's 5,400 peacekeepers in Somalia.
Burundi: Death Toll Now Stands at 474, Says U.N.
The East African country has been beset by violence for almost a year.
Meet the Ex-Tanzania Leader Tasked with Saving Burundi
Benjamin Mkapa has got quite a job on his hands.
Burundi to Restart Peace Talks and Free 2,000 Prisoners
President Nkurunziza held talks with U.N. chief Ban Ki-moon in a bid to bring peace to Burundi.
Rwanda to Relocate Burundian Refugees
Reports claim refugees in Rwanda are being trained to overthrow the Burundian government.
U.S. Worried About Rwanda 'Destabilizing' Burundi
Reports have emerged that Rwanda is recruiting Burundian refugees to topple Pierre Nkurunziza's government.
Burundi Rebels Claim Rwanda Military Training: Report
The U.N. has accused Rwanda of training Burundian rebels to topple Burundi's president.
Only Burundi's Leaders Can Stop the Looming Civil War
The British Ambassador to the U.N. explains why Nkurunziza needs to face up to Burundi's problems.
Burundi: African Union Won't Impose Peacekeepers
The AU had originally proposed a 5,000-strong force to protect civilians in Burundi.
Burundi: French and British Journalists Released
Burundian authorities arrested a French reporter and British photojournalist on Thursday.
Burundi: Evidence of Five 'Mass Graves,' Says Amnesty
More than 400 people have been killed in Burundi since April 2015.
Five Key Issues for the African Union Summit
Burundi is burning, militants are rampaging in West Africa, and Libya still needs a stable government.