Villagers Displaced by Floods, Elephants in Northern Cameroon Wait for Aid

Aid groups in Cameroon say thousands of people displaced last year from flooding and elephant attacks in the far north need help being resettled. Hundreds of the victims are living in the open after heavy rains and rampaging elephants destroyed their …

France’s Macron: No Repentance Nor Apologies for Algeria Occupation During Independence War

French President Emmanuel Macron said Wednesday that France is neither regretful nor apologetic about the atrocities committed in its former colony, Algeria, ahead of a key report on France’s colonial past. Between 1954 and 1962, Algerian revolutionar…

Death Toll Rises in West Darfur

The death toll in West Darfur state on Tuesday climbed to 159 with more than 200 people injured after more than 3 days of fighting between different ethnic communities, according to the Committee of West Darfur Doctors. This latest wave of violence …

Death Toll Rises From West Darfur Fighting

The death toll in West Darfur state climbed to 159 Tuesday, with more than 200 people injured after more than three days of fighting between different ethnic communities, according to the Committee of West Darfur Doctors. The committee says the violen…

Central African Republic President’s Election Win Confirmed

Central African Republic President Faustin-Archange Touadera is officially beginning his second term Tuesday, a day after the Constitutional Court confirmed his election victory last month. The country’s highest court said the turnout was suppressed by…

Hundreds Arrested After 3rd Night of Rioting Across Parts of Tunisia

Riots and looting were reported late Monday in a number of Tunisian towns and cities, leading to the arrests of nearly 600 people. Widespread rioting began early Sunday, days after the country marked the 10th anniversary of the resignation of long-time…