China stands by African ally but wants real returns – interests in diamond fields, malls and military academy
The UN health agency unveiled a new road map for containing the virus
Despite Britain’s khat prohibition, it’s unlikely, writes Abdi Sheikh
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A US teenager is charged with travelling to Kenya to sexually abuse children at a missionary children's home.
Two Zim journalists won a victory for free speech when a statute which made defamation a crime was struck off.
Four have died of heart failure, high blood pressure and other illnesses that the community blames on trauma due to the mass abduction 100 days ago
A massive assault by Boko Haram in the northeast Nigerian town of Damboa displaced more than 15 000 people.
Islamist militants attacked an army base in Benghazi, triggering fierce clashes involving helicopters and jets that killed at least seven people.
A military spokesman says the Twitter account run by Kenya's military has been taken over by hackers.
The clashes resume after cease-fire efforts failed
Christian convert Mariam Yahya Ibrahim could soon leave Khartoum for the United States with her family.
Malawi police are investigating a fire in a government warehouse that destroyed ballot boxes containing votes from a disputed election.
The governor of Kenya's coastal region of Lamu appeared in court on allegations of links to a spate of massacres.
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