The assumption that adding apex predators to wildlife parks in South Africa benefits smaller animals is in need of more testing, scientists say.
Genetic sequencing of virus samples from patients in Guinea suggest that the new outbreak is a continuation of the 2014-16 epidemic.
He led South Africa’s largest ethnic group through decades of change and political turmoil.
After her son’s death, Yayi Bayam Diouf decided to fish for a living. That meant challenging Senegal’s patriarchy. She won, and brought countless women with her.
Protests against police brutality brought the nation’s attention to the Feminist Coalition. Now its members want to change life for Nigerian women.
For months John Magufuli railed against masks, social distancing and vaccines. Now rumors are circulating that he’s critically ill with Covid-19.
Six travel workers, from a cruise ship crewmember in Manila to a tour bus driver in East Jerusalem, share how the prolonged shutdown has upended their lives.
The Biden administration moved to reverse an action that had benefited Dan Gertler, who has been accused of corruption over mining deals in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The agency has been conducting surveillance flights from the base, which has grown since 2018. Any drone strikes would be limited while the Biden administration carries out a review.
Many people were feared injured when a succession of explosions rocked the Central African nation.
From the rise in poaching to the waning of noise pollution, travel’s shutdown is having profound effects. Which will remain, and which will vanish?
After a leading opposition figure, Ousmane Sonko, was accused of rape, demonstrators in one of West Africa’s most stable countries took to the streets to voice their grievances with the president.
Requiring higher-level approval is a stopgap measure as officials review whether to tighten Trump-era targeting rules and civilian safeguards.
Several times in recent years, migrants trying to cross between Djibouti and Yemen have been thrown into the sea.
For the second time in a week, the secretary of state pointed to reports of atrocities in the Ethiopian region.
Long hailed for his bravery during the 1994 Rwandan genocide, Paul Rusesabagina is now charged with being an insurgent leader. Did Rwanda change, or did he?
B.1.351 may sound sweet to a molecular epidemiologist, but what’s the alternative, other than stigmatizing geographical names?
The return of more than 300 girls marked the second time in less than a week that gunmen in the country had released kidnapped schoolchildren.