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About 2,000 people have sought refuge in a Catholic mission in the volatile northwest of Central African Republic after heavy fighting broke out in the area, aid officials said Wednesday.
President Obama and the First Lady travel to Senegal, South Africa, and Tanzania where they'll meet with leaders to reinforce U.S. commitment to expanding economic growth, investment, and trade.
Hashtag goes viral with images of the motherland.
French President Francois Hollande will attempt to make right France's relationship with Africa on his first visit to the continent on Friday.
A prosecutor in Senegal says five women have been charged under the country's anti-gay law that imposes prison sentences of up to five years for homosexual acts.
President Obama and Senegal President Macky Sall discussed gay rights in Senegal, with POTUS insisting that human rights are "universal" and Sall insisting that his nation is not ready to decriminalize homosexuality.
Could religion-influenced violence split Central African Republic in two?
Nearly one-third of Africans surveyed say they have been forced to pay bribes including for medical treatment, according to a 34-nation poll released Wednesday.
Authorities in the nation of Niger have recovered 92 bodies of migrants who died of thirst after the trucks they were travelling in broke down in a desolate no-man's-land at the feet of the Sahara desert.
Since mid-July, the Seleka rebels of Central African Republic have been accused of killing scores of people, deepening the crisis in the African nation.