West Africa's Ebola epidemic is by far the most serious outbreak of the deadly virus
'Black Death' disease kills 47 people and spreads to the densely populated capital of Antananarivo
Burial workers discard bodies in protest over unpaid wages as government admits money has 'gone missing'
As the battle for succession accelerates, what do we know about one of Africa's longest serving leaders?
Biohazard suits are in short supply causing prices to rise as a result of 'increased anxiety' in the US
The heritage and lifestyle of the pastoralists will be threatened, Masai activists said
Tongue-in-cheek video pokes fun at the rise in 'voluntourism', but the message is a serious one
Boko Haram suspected of murderous attack by bomber who dressed as a schoolboy to get inside building
Military could hand over power 'within days' but international community remains cautious
Yes and no: Tunisia's politics are not just a battle between religious hard-liners and progressives
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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