Humanitarian crises25 Mar 2017 06:40 GMT
More than 250 people have been killed so far this rainy season as floods have left remote communities isolated.
Uganda07 Dec 2016 09:09 GMT
Border town in Uganda where many refugees have found sanctuary and a possibility of a new life.
US Elections 201608 Nov 2016 21:56 GMT
"Donald Trump is intent on closing off the world, whereas Hillary Clinton wants more people at the table."
US Elections 201608 Nov 2016 20:13 GMT
"There wouldn't be an easing of travel bans or business sanctions simply because Mugabe's preferred candidate wins."
Sport21 Aug 2016 13:54 GMT
With the success of lightweight champion Esther Phiri, boxing has become a popular sport among Zambia's women.
Africa10 Aug 2016 13:54 GMT
After elections campaign period rocked by violence, Zambians prepare for polls to elect new president and parliament.
Robert Mugabe11 Jul 2016 21:38 GMT
Mugabe's government faces one of the biggest challenges in its 36-year history, as citizens become desperate for change.
Uganda23 Feb 2016 12:52 GMT
Tensions and questions remain in post-election Uganda as the opposition calls for a re-count of the ballots.
Politics23 Feb 2016 12:24 GMT
Main opposition leader driven to police station for second day in a row as he tries to protest against election results.
Politics18 Feb 2016 09:38 GMT
Ugandans tell us the issues that matter most to them, from women's rights to term limits and jobs for the young.
Politics18 Feb 2016 06:19 GMT
Opposition supporters want an end to the incumbent's three-decade rule but say they fear a clampdown.
War & Conflict06 Dec 2015 10:43 GMT
Burundians displaced by continued violence persevere in cramped and under-supplied Tanzanian refugee camps.
France: All you need to know about Le Pen and Macron
Al-Qaeda leader calls for 'guerrilla war' in Syria
'Maoist rebels' kill 24 soldiers in central India
Syria's war explained from the beginning
North Korea threatens to sink approaching US carrier
N Korea warns of 'full-out war' with nuclear weapons
China urges restraint amid Korea tensions
Hunger striking Palestinian leader's 'health declining'
The lonely pyramids of Giza: Egyptian tourism's decline
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