Eighteen years ago, Lorrie Triplett's husband, Ensign Andrew Triplett, rode off on his bike to board the destroyer USS Cole, heading for the Persian Gulf. It was the last time she would see him. On Wednesday,
Nairobi, Kenya (CNN) — Every Sunday morning in an affluent suburb of Nairobi, Kenya, the soaring song of Chinese hymns fills the empty corridors of a Monday-to-Friday office block. Inside a small makeshift
The world’s second largest refugee camp is slowly but surely transforming into a permanent city. Standing in a sliver of shade cast by a solar streetlamp, David Kwaje plugs statistics into his smartphone.
World is plundering Africa’s wealth of ‘billions of dollars a year’ Research by campaigners claims aid and loans to the continent are outweighed by financial flows to tax havens and costs of climate change
Families clung to tree and roof tops in Mozambique on Tuesday, trapped by rapidly rising floodwaters left in the wake of what could prove the deadliest cyclone ever to hit southern Africa. With entire
US archaeologists trace roots of woman to modern-day Sierra Leone as part of ongoing ancestry research Archaeologists used DNA taken from a broken clay pipe stem found in Maryland to build a picture of