AJ Impact

Kenya creates new 'Climate Atlas' to protect its food supply

To help farmers cope with droughts and floods, the weather modeling system tracks temperature and rainfall by location.

Kenya creates new 'Climate Atlas' to protect its food supply

AJ Impact

China accuses Zimbabwe of understating financial support

Zimbabwe says donor funding from China only amounted to $3.6m from Jan to Sept, while Beijing says it topped $136m.

China accuses Zimbabwe of understating financial support

Sudan

Three killed in Port Sudan tribal clashes: Medics

Clashes kill 3 people, wound 24 others, as police impose nighttime curfew in Sudan's main economic hub.

Three killed in Port Sudan tribal clashes: Medics

Ethiopia

Will Sidama statehood referendum open a Pandora's box?

After long-running campaign, Sidama people to vote in referendum on whether to form autonomous regional state.

Hope, uncertainty as Ethiopia's Sidama gear up for statehood vote

Tunisia

In desert dunes, electro fans rave about Tunisia tourism

Desert music festival enjoys boisterous revival after three-year silence ushered in by deadly attacks.

In desert dunes, electro fans rave about Tunisia tourism

Africa

Senegal inaugurates largest mosque in West Africa

Mouride Brotherhood raises $50m to build mosque in a country where nearly half of the population lives on $2 a day.

AJ Impact

US may impose sanctions on Egypt over Russian fighter jet deal

Washington may impose sanctions on Egypt under a US law which targets purchases of military equipment from Russia.

US may impose sanctions on Egypt over Russian fighter jet deal

Africa

World's fastest car: Vehicle aims to break record by 2020

The Bloodhound LSR car is a combination of F1 car, fast jet, and spaceship. The supersonic car has now completed its phase of high-speed testing in South Africa.

Witness

Lifeboat: On the Front Lines of the Refugee Crisis

Inside a rescue mission off the coast of Libya where volunteers pick up refugees fleeing Africa and the Middle East.

Africa

Can local and faith leaders help halt the spread of Ebola in DRC?

Local leaders are helping turn the tide on Ebola in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Africa

South Africa: Monthlong UNHCR sit-in ends in violent eviction

Scores held after clashes at Pretoria compound of UN refugee agency where hundreds camped out to demand resettlement.

South Africa: Monthlong UNHCR sit-in ends in violent eviction

Africa

Several civilians killed in eastern DRC by rebel fighters

Allied Democratic Forces behind the massacre of at least 15 people in eastern DR Congo, local officials say.

Several civilians killed in eastern DRC by rebel fighters

Africa

Guinea protests turn deadly yet again

Thousands demonstrate against proposed constitutional amendments, which they say would allow President Alpha Conde to run for a third term.

AJ Impact

South African Airways meets unions for talks to end strike

Airline has been forced to cancel hundreds of flights as workers demand better pay and fight against planned job cuts.

South African Airways meets unions for talks to end strike

Africa

Zimbabwe doctors' strike: Hundreds fired

A warning to doctors on strike in Zimbabwe: 'Go back to work or you risk being fired.'