On list of things North Korea can't export under UN sanctions, statues are listed for first time
An estimated 7,100 cheetahs remain in the wild across Africa and in a small area of Iran
Low rainfall makes Lupane district especially vulnerable, but with help from the UN and a local NGO, farmers are using solar-powered boreholes to switch from farming to livestock production
The minister allegedly hired a private firm to collect funds for community ownership schemes without following proper tender proceedures. But he says he is clean.
Hope Hicks says there had never been a meeting scheduled and would not be one before Trump takes office on Jan. 20
Rights groups estimate that dozens of people have been killed this year in tit-for-tat attacks between Renamo fighters and the ruling Frelimo government
Tit-for-tat massacres by Hutu and Nande militia in eastern Congo's North Kivu province have killed dozens this year
Pope, Archbishop of Canterbury, both cite fear caused by terrorism
Plane was rerouted to Malta, where all hostages were released before the hijackers surrendered
Justice Francis Bere granted the order after police refused to give the Matabeleland group permission to hold a meeting at Stanley Square in the country’s second largest city, Bulawayo.
HRW's Central Africa director said on Twitter that all the deaths occurred during the initial protests
Results show Yahya Jammeh lost re-election bid, but longtime president asks Gambia Supreme Court to overturn vote