The World Bank has said that Africa’s farmers have the potential to grow enough food to feed the continent and avoid future food crises if countries remove cross-border restrictions on the ...
The French presidential election has not magically vanished from the national front pages, but there is something far more important going on.
North Korean state media has announced the death of leader Kim Jong-Il, aged 69, of a heart attack, plunging the deeply isolated nation into a second dynastic succession.
Despite the birth of South Sudan in July this year, the situation remains tense between Juba in South Sudan and Khartoum, the capital of northern Sudan.
About a billion people across the globe are undernourished. And the number is on the rise. Now science could be the answer to tackle worldwide hunger.
Senegalese singer Youssou N'Dour is urging Africa to do more for victims of drought in the Horn of Africa.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan starts a visit to drought-hit Somalia Friday on a trip which is considered particularly dangerous
The UN is watching the cleanup after Shell's oil spill in Ogoniland. SA police are told to treat rape victims with more respect and deaths during childbirth soar.
In this week's French press; tyrannic leaders, the DSK-Banon affair, the French Socialist Party, the devastating famine in Somalia, and the secrets of various French counties.
The Somali capital has been "fully liberated" from Islamist Shebab rebels, the country's president said on Saturday.