Democratic Republic of Congo
Two United Nations experts, including an American, were killed in Congo in March, but a local inquiry has been criticised.
Experts know from the 2014 epidemic that when the deadly virus crosses borders it sticks around for awhile.
Ex-soldier Joshua French was convicted of murder, attempted murder and espionage by a Congolese court.
Health authorities do not expect a repeat of the West African outbreak, which claimed 11,000 lives.
Moise Katumbi, the chairman of Congo's premier football team and a presidential candidate, has not set foot in the country for a year.
Kamwina Nsapu militiamen have vowed to avenge death of their leader, killed by government forces in August 2016.
Michael Sharp and Zaida Catalan were abducted and killed in March while investigating a brutal conflict in central Congo.
Buying a passport in Congo costs $185, almost half a citizen's annual income.
Michael Sharp was abducted and killed in Congo while investigating a deadly insurgency.
President Joseph Kabila is due to step down when the next elections are held.
The world's largest and most expensive peacekeeping mission is struggling with security threats, instability and now a U.S. administration keen to slash its resources.
The Kamwina Nsapu group conducted a mass decapitation in the latest and deadliest incident between the local militia and security forces who killed its leader last year.
Congolese security forces have been battling the Kamuina Nsapu militia since 2016.
Etienne Tshisekedi, the longtime opposition leader, died in February.
A video has emerged purportedly showing Congolese soldiers executing civilians.
Etienne Tshisekedi was the man with the experience to lead Congo to elections in 2017. After his death, they are in doubt.
The Leopards are striving to raise the country's mood in the Africa Cup of Nations.
The M23 led a rebellion in eastern Congo that displaced almost 1 million people.
A Congolese president's decision to expel Rwandan troops changed the face of Central Africa.
After each new massacre, people gather at the crime scene to check that their loved ones are not among the dead.
The Catholic Church is mediating a "make or break" dialogue between government and opposition parties.
At least 34 people in Congo have been killed in protests since Monday, a human-rights researcher has claimed.
Kabila's mandate expired on Monday and protesters are demanding he leave power.
Monday marks the conclusion of President Kabila's second and final term in power.
Violence broke out in the central Kasai province after a dispute between an uncle and nephew.
The church has called upon President Kabila to step down, and pulled out of a national dialogue.
The majority want him to leave when his term ends in December, but he says elections will be delayed until 2018.
Opposition parties have accused President Joseph Kabila of trying to hold onto power.
Joseph Kabila said he hopes 10 million more voters will now register for the 2018 election.
Opposition groups have accused President Kabila of trying to cling to power.