Africa

By Rikar Hussein And Nisan Ahmado Many African leaders used their speeches at the U.N. General Assembly this week to express concerns about the growing threat of violent extremism in Africa. Several leaders from the continent called upon the international

The United States is increasing aid to Yemen, South Sudan, Nigeria, and Somalia to help millions affected by food insecurity and violence. An additional $575 million in humanitarian assistance will be provided to the four countries, U.S. Agency for International

analysis By Anastasia Moloney Bogota — Working undercover in bars and brothels across Southeast Asia to combat child sex slavery, campaigner Kevin Campbell has posed many times as a tourist looking to buy sex with a girl. But these days,

By Cellestine Olilo A total of 31 entries from South Africa, Tanzania and Uganda have been received for 2017 CBA Africa Concours d’Elegance, confirming confirms the Africa continental status of the status of the event as a popular event in

By Collins Mwai President Paul Kagame who is currently leading the African Union reforms process called for support towards the initiative noting that a more effective and efficient African Union is not only ideal for the continent but international partners

opinion By Adeola Akinremi The 72nd Regular Session of the UN General Assembly (UNGA 72), at the UN Headquarters on Tuesday had several interesting part as leaders read speeches prepared for them and in some cases by themselves. Of course,

By Socrates Mbamalu After the British Airways gave Kenyan actress Lupita Nyong’o a new national identity, now a citizen of Wakanda, America’s president Donald Trump in a speech to African leaders talked about an African country called Nambia having “an

The African Development Bank (AfDB) says it is advocating closer linkages between development partners and policymakers to enhance the informal sector’s contribution to building an African food and cuisine value chain. Like many other economic activities in Africa, large segments

By Daniel Pelz Karamba Diaby is Germany’s first African-born MP. Now he’s fighting to get re-elected. Despite threats and racist insults, he’s determined not to give up. DW’s Daniel Pelz reports from Diaby’s hometown of Halle. For Karamba Diaby, this

Photo: U.S. Department of State Participants of the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders (file photo). analysis A revolution is brewing in the hearts and minds of Africa’s youth. By JODI WILLIAMS. As a young African, I believe that