The European Union's disease agency said most of the monkeypox cases were detected in young men, self-identifying as men who have sex with men
The Massachusetts resident had travelled to Canada at the end of April to meet friends and returned in early May. He is currently in hospital, but in a good condition, officials said
Experts view Vladimir Putin's expansionist goals in the Middle East and Africa as a potential long-term threat, not a present danger to Europe or the NATO alliance
The return of the two artefacts comes as calls grow in Africa for Western countries to return colonial spoils from their museums and private collections
Officials have blamed the Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) militia, one of the deadliest armed groups in the region and claimed by the Islamic State group as its central Africa arm
FOCAC21: How China is reorienting its Africa policy, shifting focus from infrastructure to digital economy
The Chinese focus has shifted from mere infrastructure to the digital economy, expansion of trade and investment, green economy and the like
Seif al-Islam, once the heir-apparent to his father, appealed the decision last week by Libya's High National Elections Committee that barred him because of past convictions against him for using violence against protesters.
Somalia: At least five dead, several hurt in explosion outside Mogadishu school; Al Shabab claims responsibility
The Al Qaeda-linked group in a statement said it targeted Western officials being escorted by the African Union peacekeeping convoy
Some researchers say lower rates of urbanisation, genetic reasons or exposure to other diseases may have spared the continent the more lethal effects of the virus so far
Smith became a household name with his 49 swashbuckling adventure stories, which took readers from tropical islands to the jungles of Africa and even Ancient Egypt and World War II
Evoke opened in London's swishy Marylebone area just six months ago. And it already has actress Sonam Kapoor flaunting their charpoys in her Notting Hill home.
Africa trying to replicate Moderna's COVID vaccine in an attempt to lessen the gap of vaccine inequity
Some experts see reverse engineering — recreating vaccines from fragments of publicly available information — as one of the few remaining ways to redress the power imbalances of the pandemic.
Enjei Grace and fellow Cameroonian Daniel Ejube have been stuck for nearly five months in limbo, in the United Nations-patrolled buffer zone separating Cyprus' breakaway north from the internationally recognised south
Genes are responsible for whether elephants inherit tusks from their parents, once rare occurance, it has become more common — like a rare eye colour becoming widespread.
Jean-Jacques Muyembe first came across the virus in 1976 as a field epidemiologist when he was called to the village of Yambuku in northern DRC for a mysterious illness that had just appeared.
The General Assembly’s first in-person meeting since the pandemic began shows that international cooperation matters, says Richard Gowan, UN director of the International Crisis Group
Ebola can spread via fruit bats or from human to human contact: Everything you need to know about the virus
A vaccine developed by the US group Merck Sharp and Dohme was found to be very effective in a major study carried out in Guinea in 2015.
Ebola virus can lie dormant in survivors and trigger outbreaks even five years after infections: Study
Ebola outbreaks are usually thought to result from the virus "spilling" from an animal host to a human. But the analysis showed the Guinea strain was virtually identical to that from a 2013-16 wave.
The Justice and Development Party (PJD), which headed the ruling coalition for a decade, saw its support collapse from 125 seats in the outgoing assembly to just 12.
Military coup in Guinea: Removal of president reverses African nation’s slow crawl towards democracy
This is a dramatic setback for Guinea, where many had hoped the country had turned the page on military power grabs.