Negotiators have agreed to a global phase-out of chemicals that run some air conditioners and refrigerators, but are also big contributors to global warming. That has countries and researchers scrambling to come up with clean and affordable alternatives.
Former rebels and government soldiers exchanged fire on Sunday, two days after gun battles left at least 150 fighters dead.
In Nairobi this week, an Uber driver's car was torched. Again.
The zoos called it a rescue mission. Many conservationists disagree.
What took so long?
The country had defied its traumatic past, but an escalating political crisis is threatening its future.
Five years ago, Ivory Coast was in a civil war. Now residents of its economic capital can get a Whopper Jr. with fries (hold the pickle).
There's deep outrage over the thefts in a nation still healing from devastation caused by the deadly virus.
'To really understand khat you have to chew it.'
There's a lucrative trade in albino body parts, which are sold for use in witchcraft in Malawi, Tanzania and Mozambique.
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