There is not much detail on the Build Back Better World initiative as it applies to Africa, but there certainly is a newfound Western interest in the continent because of heightened Chinese activities in the region
An inquiry commission found that women had been promised jobs in exchange for relationships or had been sexually exploited in order to keep jobs
Residents said there was little warning before the sky turned a fiery red, after which torrents of lava poured into villages and destroyed over 500 homes
Global internal displacement touches record high at 55 mn in 2020; Cyclone Amphan led to huge evacuations in India, says report
The study claimed that 48 million people have fled conflict and violence, and 7 million disasters, but given the incomplete data the latter is likely to be a significant underestimate
The survivor harboured the virus for at least five years and then transmitted it via semen to a sex partner, researchers reported in articles published in Science and Stat. Until now, the longest the ebola virus had been known to persist in a survivor was 500 days
Authorities said some of the doses would head straight to Nzerekore, the capital of Guinea's southeastern forest region where five people have recently died of Ebola.
While the source of contamination is still unknown, the woman who died was the wife of an Ebola survivor, according to the government.
The WHO along with its partners have treated and vaccinated more than 40,000 people at high risk, across dense rainforests and crowded urban areas.
In France, trial over 'theft' of colonial art raises question on restitution of items plundered by former empire
Congolese artist Emery Mwazulu Diyabanza and four others are under trial for attempting to steal a 19th-century African funeral pole from a museum, a charge they have denied saying that they were simply trying to draw attention to the artwork's origin
An 11th Ebola outbreak has been declared on 1 June 2020 as new cases are already cropping up in the northwestern city of Mbandaka.
Mumbai's language professionals teach English to refugees in faraway Cyprus, who struggle with rules, talking to locals
Most of the students attending these English lessons, which are conducted four days a week, have lived in Cyprus only for a couple of months. Many don't have their own support systems and have had to pay fines, because they cannot comprehend the government's rules and instructions, delivered in Greek and English
The Dornier 228-200 was owned by private carrier Busy Bee and was headed to Beni, about 350 kilometers (220 miles) north of Goma in the same province of Congo
There are around 6,000 fires in Angola, more than 3,000 in Congo and just over 2,000 fires in Brazil.
The world’s greatest forest is on fire. The Amazon rainforest is burning away at record rates, in thousands of forest fires spread over an area bigger than India.
The Congo Basin forest is commonly referred to as the "second green lung" of the planet after the Amazon.
WHO declares Ebola outbreak in Congo 'global health emergency'; virus infects two million-strong city of Goma
In June, the Ebola outbreak spilled across the border for the first time when a family brought the virus into Uganda after attending the burial in Congo of an infected relative. Even then, the expert committee advised against a declaration.
Felix Tshisekedi sworn in as Congo president; first peaceful transfer of power in Central African country's history
Congo will not be a nation of "division, hate or tribalism," the new president Felix Tshisekedi declared.
Ebola outbreak in Congo now second largest in history, says WHO; officials confirm 198 deaths due to disease
More than 37,000 people have received Ebola vaccinations, and Congo has begun the first-ever trial to test the effectiveness and safety of four experimental Ebola drugs.
Congo: Seven UN peacekeepers killed, 10 wounded in military operation against rebels; Antonio Guterres condemns killing
The UN spokesman declined to give details of the joint operation against ADF rebels in Congo, but said it was linked to efforts to combat the outbreak of Ebola.
WHO convenes emergency meeting amid fresh Ebola outbreak in Congo; 179 confirmed cases, 104 deaths reported so far
Aid organisations have expressed alarm as the rate of new Ebola cases has more than doubled this month