Robert Mugabe is offered an economic 'olive branch' – but what exactly is going on in Zimbabwe?
Human Rights Watch accuses both sides in South Sudan's conflict of arming young children – often by force
Football league matches have been suspended indefinitely following the violence at a Cairo stadium
'Even Jesus would have tripped', said Mugabe's information minister, who denied the fall even happened
Liberia has received the first batch, but experts warn it may be difficult to establish its efficacy
The parole of South Africa's death squad commander Eugene de Kock is dividing a nation
Group which pledged allegiance to Islamic State carried out simultaneous attacks on military targets
New Ebola mutation may infect patients without making them ill, making transmission more likely
Before and after images show devastation of 'catastrophic proportions' and one town almost wiped off the map
Number of new cases of Ebola at its lowest levels in months, but people are still dying
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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