Sudan’s Military Leader Warns The War In His Country Could Spread Beyond Its Borders

Dick Clark, Iowa Senator Who Shaped Policy In Africa, Dies At 95

Central African Republic Leader Slams West For Looting Africa’s Wealth, Sparking Today’s Migrant Crisis

Congo’s President Wants The Large UN Peacekeeping Mission To Start Leaving The Country This Year

Tinmel – Morocco’s Medieval Shrine And Mosque – Is One Of The Historic Casualties Of The Earthquake

Genocide Fears In Darfur Are Attracting Little Attention − Have Nations Abandoned Their Responsibility To Protect Civilians?

UN experts say Ethiopia’s conflict and Tigray fighting left over 10,000 survivors of sexual violence

God Uses Suffering for His Glory and Our Good

Marrakech artisans – who have helped rebuild the Moroccan city before – are among those hit hard in the earthquake’s devastation

St Helena’s “Liberated” Africans Came From West Central Africa Between Northern Angola And Gabon

What We Are Witnessing In Africa Is Not An Anti-Colonial Revolution

Germany DNA Study Links Colonial Skulls To Living Relatives

Africa Climate Summit Links ‘Unfair’ Debt Burden With Calls To Make Continent’s Green Assets Pay Off