The company said its vaccine generated $3.5 billion in revenue in the first three months of this year.
The artist’s tapestries capture moments of her domestic life. They begin at her kitchen table.
In the wake of wars, natural disasters and insurgencies, Mozambique is experiencing an environmental renaissance. One of the results is a new and stunningly beautiful national park.
With the United States preparing to withdraw forces from Afghanistan, a Times reporter who has covered the naval base in Cuba reflects on those original prisoners.
His bid to stay in office an extra two years, without elections, has led to gunfights in the capital and fears that Somalia is backsliding into a disastrous conflict.
The government, regional legislators and major museums said they would make “substantial” returns of the famous West African artifacts starting next year.
Astronomers reconstructed a space rock’s path before it exploded over southern Africa in 2018 and sprinkled the Kalahari with meteorites.
She was born into the aristrocacy but became an activist for commoners while depicting social injustices in her paintings.
A narrow, old bridge that connects two economically vital areas of Nigeria is a chokepoint stifling progress in Africa’s most populous nation.
President Cyril Ramaphosa is testifying about graft during his predecessor’s tenure, in what analysts have characterized as a battle for the soul of the governing African National Congress.
The journalists were filming a documentary about anti-poaching patrol in the Western African nation when their patrol was ambushed.
Tensions had been rising since the president, a former American citizen, failed to hold scheduled elections, then extended his term in office by two years.
India’s dire Covid crisis is having global ripple effects, especially in Africa, which has 17 percent of the world’s people but is far behind in vaccinations.
Tourism in Egypt has been buffeted by political instability and terrorism. But the pandemic has dealt the industry its biggest blow in years.
The shipwreck off Libya comes as the number of attempts to cross the sea from Africa to Europe increases in the warmer weather.
President Emmanuel Macron of France traveled to the ceremony, signaling the strategic importance that Paris has attached to the central African nation.
Fighting as mercenaries for years, the rebels were ready to pull off their own stunning feat: an invasion that resulted in the death of Chad’s strongman ruler.
Mr. Déby who was aiming for a fourth decade in power, died from what the government called wounds sustained at a battlefront with rebels.