A suicide car bomber detonated near a hotel in Somalia's capital Monday morning, killing at least six people and injuring four others, police said.
The death toll has reached 50 from the collapse of a mountain of trash at a massive garbage dump on the outskirts of Ethiopia's capital, officials said Monday, as relatives waited for news of the dozens said to be missing.
A mountain of trash gave way in a massive garbage dump on the outskirts of Ethiopia's capital, killing at least 46 people and leaving several dozen missing, residents said, as officials vowed to relocate those who called the landfill home.
The world faces the largest humanitarian crisis since the United Nations was founded in 1945 with more than 20 million people in four countries facing starvation and famine, the U.N. humanitarian chief said Friday.
Twelve-year-old Janet Sylva of Gambia wants to be a doctor when she grows up, she says with a broad grin -- one that surgeons in New York gave back to her after removing from her mouth one of the largest tumors they'd ever seen.
The first cricket test between New Zealand and South Africa was evenly poised after an eventful second day Thursday.
A Somali boy pushes a wheelbarrow across the sand at dusk in the former pirate village of Eyl, in Somalia's northeastern semiautonomous state of Puntland, Monday, March 6. Somalia is in the grip of a famine crisis. The country over the weekend announced its first death toll since declaring a national disaster last week, saying 110 people had died in a 48-hour period in a single region.
Libyan armed forces based in the east launched more airstrikes Saturday against militias that seized oil terminals a day earlier, a spokesman said, accusing troops from the country's rival west of launching a war.
Somalia's prime minister said Saturday that 110 people have died from hunger in the past 48 hours in a single region -- the first death toll announced in a severe drought threatening millions of people across the country.
Three suicide bombers set ablaze three fuel tankers in the center of Nigeria's northeastern city of Maiduguri before dawn Friday, officials said, just days before a planned visit by the U.N. Security Council.