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Egypt has announced the discovery of a private tomb belonging to a senior official from the 5th dynasty of the pharaohs, which ruled roughly 4400 years ago
An Egyptian actress is facing trial next month charged with public obscenity after she showed up at the closing ceremony of a film festival in Cairo wearing a see-through dress that revealed the entirety of her legs.
Sean Davison's wife reveals her husband is expected to face a third murder charge in South Africa. In an exclusive interview, she says he was compelled to break the law out of compassion.
Six-year-old children singing of protecting themselves from rape and the horrors of abuse is a daily part of school life for children in Uganda.
Ugandan diving teams are retrieving bodies from Lake Victoria where police say at least 30 people died in a boat accident near the capital, Kampala.
A New Zealand forensic scientist has been charged with the murder of another man, making it the third killing he has been charged with.
Congo's latest Ebola outbreak is the worst in the country's recorded history with 319 confirmed and probable cases, the health ministry said.
Ric Foxley knows how difficult it is to cross a river in Ethiopia, and he's doing something about it.
A team of US researchers is giving the world a chance to see the faces of two Egyptian women who walked the earth about 2300 years ago.
A head-on collision between two buses has killed 47 people, where road accidents are common due to poor roads and bad driving.
The Ebola outbreak in conflict-ridden Congo has become so serious that international public health experts need to consider the possibility that it cannot be brought under control and instead will become entrenched, Centres for Disease Control and Prevention Director Robert Redfield says.
Armed separatists kidnapped at least 79 students and three staff members from a Presbyterian school in a troubled English-speaking region of Cameroon, the governor said Monday.
When US President Donald Trump suggested that US service members could open fire at the thousands of migrants currently on their way to the American border, he likely wanted to reach two audiences: voters demanding a hard-line stance on immigration and the migrants making their way through Mexico.
South African Police Service are investigating claims one of its pilots made a landing in an Eastern Cape carpark to buy KFC for his lunch.
Ethiopian lawmakers unanimously elected the country's first female president on Thursday, days after approving one of the world's few "gender-balanced" Cabinets as the country's dramatic reforms continue.
At least seven people died and nearly 80 were injured after a shuttle train linking the Moroccan capital to a town farther north on the Atlantic coast derailed, authorities at the accident site said.
An Idaho Fish and Game Commission member is being criticised by some after he shared photos of himself posing with a family of baboons, including young baboons, he killed while hunting in Africa.