Masai people, Tanzania

Masai evicted to make way for Dubai's royal hunt

One-Minute Read Mon 17 Nov, AT 16:19

The heritage and lifestyle of the pastoralists will be threatened, Masai activists said

Who wants to be a volunteer? Video parodies voluntourism

Video Wed 12 Nov, AT 15:57

Tongue-in-cheek video pokes fun at the rise in 'voluntourism', but the message is a serious one

Potiskum General Hospital

Suicide bomber kills 47 at school assembly in Nigeria

One-Minute Read Mon 10 Nov, AT 14:32

Boko Haram suspected of murderous attack by bomber who dressed as a schoolboy to get inside building

Burkina Faso: election agreement close, says army

Briefing Thu 6 Nov, AT 15:50

Military could hand over power 'within days' but international community remains cautious

Tunisians gathering after election

Has Tunisia discarded Islamism for 'enlightened' secularism?

Talking Point Thu 30 Oct, AT 13:54

Yes and no: Tunisia's politics are not just a battle between religious hard-liners and progressives

Campaigns demand the return of Nigeria's abducted girls

Nigeria kidnappings: will Boko Haram release schoolgirls?

Summary Mon 27 Oct, AT 13:19

Deal to free more than 200 schoolgirls kidnapped in April is in doubt after latest abductions and attacks

Senzo Meyiwa

South Africa football captain Senzo Meyiwa shot dead

One-Minute Read Mon 27 Oct, AT 13:10

Goalkeeper shot in the chest while trying to protect his girlfriend during township robbery

Which of these diseases is the greatest threat?

Insight Wed 15 Oct, AT 11:49

Ebola is a frightening disease, but others kill far more people without generating international alarm

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