Across the world – and especially in Africa – war can rage on for years, ignored by all those who are not directly affected
Ancient fossil discovery suggests that the evolutionary process is more complicated than previously thought
Scientists believe jawbone dating back 2.8m years belongs to one of the world's very first humans
By 2050, Africa’s population will hit 2.4 billion. What effect will this have and what opportunities will it present for your business?
Instability feared in Horn of Africa after death of PM who held power for 21 years
Fund-raiser suggests his 'time' is a tax payment and asks hack how many irrigation ditches her salary has dug
Controversial picture goes viral as mum insists practice is 'biologically normal' and 'like a hug'
25 years after Band Aid, old footage ‘deters investors and scares off tourists’
Care International says money given to alleviate natural disasters is harmful. Tom Heap looks at the radical alternatives