Friday, April 11, 2014
Under pummeling cross-examination, Oscar Pistorius admitted Thursday that he had “no reason” to fire the shots that killed Reeva Steenkamp, as prosecutors began to zero in on apparent inconsistencies in key parts of his account.
Thursday, April 10, 2014
A thin mist hangs in the air as a handful of troubled souls wander aimlessly around the Bouya Omar mausoleum in central Morocco, the occasional chilling cry rising from behind its walls.
Tuesday, April 8, 2014
Rwanda holds solemn commemorations Monday for the 20th anniversary of the genocide in which 800,000 died, a time of intense national grief, but overshadowed by renewed claims France was complicit in the killings.
death toll in an attack by Fulani herdsmen on a village in northern Nigeria's Zamfara State rose to 79 from 30, a governor spokesman said Sunday.
She lost her baby daughter and her right hand to a manic killing spree. He wielded the machete that took both.
Quebec's main separatist party faces a tough challenge of its own making Monday in elections that revived the debate on whether the French-speaking province should break away from Canada.
Monday, April 7, 2014
Mali's new prime minister was in talks on Sunday to appoint a government to lead the west African nation's post-war recovery after the surprise resignation of his predecessor and the entire cabinet.
Sunday, April 6, 2014
Guinea appealed for calm in the Ebola-hit south of the country on Saturday after international aid workers battling to contain an outbreak of the deadly virus were attacked by a mob.
Ugandan police raided a U.S.-funded HIV project for “training youths in homosexuality,” the government said, weeks after the president signed a widely criticized anti-homosexuality law.
When David, a 19-year-old Rwandan, is asked about his parents, he prefers to conceal being one of thousands of children born from a rape during the 1994 genocide.