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Ugandan MPs have begun work on reintroducing tough anti-gay legislation, a month after the east African nation’s constitutional court declared a...

Lesotho’s embattled prime minister, who fled to South Africa at the weekend after an apparent bid to oust him, returned safely to his home country...

ISLAMABAD, September 3, 2014 (AFP) – Pakistan’s military said Wednesday it had killed more than 900 militants and lost 82 soldiers since the start of a major operation against the Taliban in the tribal northwest in June. The military began a long-awaited push to clear insurgent bases from North Waziristan district, on the Afghan border, after a bloody attack...

France’s former first lady Wednesday broke her silence over the tempestuous end of her relationship with President Francois Hollande, detailing her horrified...

Nigeria continues to perform woefully in economic competitiveness  in a new ranking by the Swiss-based World Economic Forum, released Wednesday. While...

Cameroon’s army claimed on Tuesday to have killed more than 40 Boko Haram fighters who tried to storm a strategic border crossing from Nigeria, the...

The deadly Ebola Virus under microscope International medical agency Medecins sans Frontieres said Tuesday the world was “losing the battle”...

PARIS (AFP) – France’s scorned former first lady Valerie Trierweiler is set to lift the lid on her relationship with President Francois Hollande...

Somalia’s Al-Qaeda-linked Shebab rebels were Tuesday tight-lipped over the fate of their leader, the day after a US air strike against senior members...

Abu Zubayr, Somalia’s Shebab leader US military forces launched air strikes against the leader of Somalia’s Al-Qaeda-linked Shebab, the government...