Results show Yahya Jammeh lost re-election bid, but longtime president asks Gambia Supreme Court to overturn vote
Mrs. Mugabe's representatives occupied three houses after a Lebanese national failed to refund her $1,35 million she paid for a diamond ring bought in Dubai.
Cash crisis has opened the door for creative, cashless solutions, like mobile-phone banking
Yahya Jammeh has vows to defend himself, says only Allah can deny him victory, in his latest defiant comments as international pressure mounts for him to step down
Shumba said, "It is dangerous for the country to hold an election without addressing fundamental issues related to holding a free and fair election.”
Deadliest African nation for journalists was Somalia, with three journalists were killed in troubled coastal nation that hasn’t had a stable central government for more than two decades
The position was created in June, and Vitit Muntarbhorn of Thailand was appointed to the post in September
Letters to Santa Claus are answered by volunteer elves, far from the North Pole.
The Zimbabwean leader would be 94
Leader decries use of Facebook, Twitter for intra-party attacks
“… It is no use being lied to everyday that you are the leaders of tomorrow when tomorrow is under serious threat from the leaders of today.
UNICEF-Malawi successfully completed its first test flight from a community health center to a hospital in the capital, Lilongwe