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Over 100,000 people in the continent die each year from foodborne illnesses. A new report looks at the reasons the toll is so high. [Read More]
They're known as 'climate refugees.' But there's not even an international definition for them, let alone recognition or protection. [Read More]
A new survey of baobab trees in Africa finds that many of the oldest have died or significantly deteriorated in the last decade. Scientists say... [Read More]
Of the U.N.'s 17 goals to make the world a better place by 2030, one goal gets much less respect than the others. It's... [Read More]
They have been working the same stretches of river for decades — but have no proof of ownership. Now technology comes to the rescue. [Read More]
To protest overcrowded and undersupplied hospitals, health care workers in the West African nation are staging walkouts, adding their voices to a growing swell of... [Read More]
Mired in poverty not long ago, the West African nation's economic growth is on track to outpace India's. But with oil driving much of the... [Read More]
Mired in poverty not long ago, the West African nation's economic growth is on track to outpace India's. But with oil driving much of the... [Read More]
Action movies are as popular here as anywhere else. But this one has a special resonance. [Read More]
Last April, Fredua Agyemang, a musician in Kumasi, Ghana, was performing onstage at a funeral, which in this country is often a festive affair with... [Read More]
Last April, Fredua Agyemang, a musician in Kumasi, Ghana, was performing onstage at a funeral, which in this country is often a festive affair with... [Read More]
The country's embrace of the cryptocurrency has led to some old-school precautions against fraud. [Read More]
What the Netflix show gets right — and wrong — about Queen Elizabeth II's visit to Ghana in 1961. [Read More]
Herders have let their livestock roam freely. Farmers are furious over damage to their crops. Tensions have led to thousands of deaths. Will a government... [Read More]
A report says since 2008 over 20 million people a year have been displaced by extreme weather. [Read More]
New evidence strengthens scientists' understanding of the link between climate and mass migration. [Read More]
Hundreds of U.S. oil fields would never go into production without subsidies, a study says. [Read More]
The tubers are essential to the country's economy and culture, but their quality keeps declining. Now, researchers have found a way to mass produce good... [Read More]
Coffee is Uganda's most valuable industry, but climate change could cut production by half by 2050. Small farmers there area already feeling the effects, as... [Read More]
In Nigeria, government has warned that it will demolish shanties on prime waterfront property. Now thousands of people are homeless. [Read More]
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