Mugabe quickly removed from post over criticism of his country's health care system
The attackers, who began their rampage last month after rumors of 'blood-suckers' spread, have already killed nine people and destroyed the homes of so-called 'vampires'
WHO director, an Ethiopian who became the UN agency's first African director-general this year, said Mugabe could use the role to 'influence his peers in his region'
DACA gives protection to about 800,000 immigrants who were brought to the US as children and who otherwise would lack legal permission to be in the country
The government says services will be free at the Juba facility
Forecasters say storm remains dangerous as it approaches the Turks and Caicos, Bahamas
About 15.3 percent of people 60 or older are living with HIV, says official of National Age Network of Zimbabwe, an organization that caters to older people's needs
'There is the issue that the president is going. I am not going ... The president is dying. I am not dying. I will have an ailment here and there but bodywise, all my internal organs ... very firm, very strong...'
Book by former South African military doctor that documents Nelson Mandela's medical treatments before his death violates doctor-patient confidentiality, according to some relatives
The rainy season has been poor for the third time in a row, damaging crops
14th-seeded tennis star, winning her second Grand Slam title, defeats American in straight sets, 7-5, 6-0
Premiums have risen and major insurers have backed out of state markets where people can buy insurance online under Obama's signature health care law