Unicef launched its largest ever appeal on Thursday, calling for $3.1 billion to fund its projects in 2015 and singling out Syria as the conflict zone where the most work is needed.
Photography studios are disappearing all over Africa. Photographer Adrien Tache shares an intimate portrait of an industry in flux.
The result of a wild card drawing, MTN-Qhubeka comprises team members from South Africa and Eritrea.
Before and after photographs show that nearly 4,000 structures were destroyed in two Nigerian towns during last week’s militant attacks.
Africa is bigger than China, India, Europe, and the USA. COMBINED.
Photographer Vicente Pamparo captures the beautiful markings that are traditional to Ethiopia’s Karo Tribe.
Abu Anas al-Libi was due to stand trial over attacks on U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania in 1998.
Photographer Floriane de Lassée documents individuals who carry their livelihood upon their heads everyday. And the results are absolutely remarkable.
There is nothing better than Jollof rice.
The death of Angalifu at San Diego Zoo over the weekend brings the rare rhino population, decimated by poachers, closer to extinction.
“Ebola puts a physical distance between you and the world that no words can bridge, and you feel that distance in your body.” Read Jina Moore’s story.
The Congo outbreak was unrelated to the larger epidemic in West Africa. A total of 49 people have died from Ebola in the Congo since August.
Dr. Martin Salia contracted Ebola while working in Sierra Leone. He landed in Nebraska on Saturday afternoon, making him the 10th U.S. patient with Ebola.
The fishing boat was carrying people from Sierra Leone and Guinea.
The end of now former President Blaise Compaore’s 27-year rule has been long coming.
President Blaise Compaore is no longer in power a day after thousands demanded his ouster. Protesters set fire to the parliament ahead of Thursday’s vote to allow the president to extend his 27-year rule.
The girl recently arrived from Guinea accompanied by her grandmother, according to World Health Organization officials.
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“I wasn’t sure why they didn’t stop tourists visas a week ago from Africa. I wasn’t sure about that, why that hasn’t happened?”
“Cash rules everything around me.”
Diana Opoti reached into her closet and found 100 gorgeous ensembles that are defying cliches and inspiring buyers.
Samuel Fosso discovered the art of photography in the Central African Republic in the ‘70s after fleeing war-torn Nigeria as a child. Decades later, his work had to be rescued as conflict tore apart his adopted home.
Photographer Dubinskas Viktoras documented an epic scrum of animals migrating across a Serengeti river.
Tips for the spookiest worldwide tour ever.
The International Organization for Migration described Sunday’s incident as “the worst shipwreck in years.”
“We change each other[’s] lives with our stories. … If you offer to draw somebody, they feel very honored and they interpret as a mark of respect.”
This is reality, and it’s not pretty.
Stereotypically African orange skies and Acacia trees are hiding rich and varied stories. Don’t judge these books by their covers.
A PSA apparently meant for African-Americans.
On Sunday it was announced the man would receive the experimental Zmapp treatment, which the U.S. has now authorized for use in Liberia. However, the firm behind the serum said its supply has been exhausted.