An explosion of coronavirus cases and a government caught unprepared despite warnings threaten to overwhelm the country's health system.
Violence is increasing against a backdrop of poor governance and deteriorating socio-economic conditions in northern Nigeria, further exacerbating instability across the region.
The latest violence was preceded by a vicious attack carried out by Jewish settlers against Palestinians on Wednesday.
More than 180 prominent Israelis, including 10 Israel Prize laureates, have signed a letter advising the International Criminal Court to work with human rights groups, not the state.
A doctor who distributes food, an NGO that helps the poor cremate their dead, and a handyman who repairs oxygen cylinders are some of the ways citizens have mobilised to ease the nation's suffering.
A German vaccine developer says its new vaccine can be stored at refrigerator temperatures, a major feat in the vaccine industry.
Both regional powerhouses are reconciling for wider cooperation across the Middle East from the eastern Mediterranean to tightening economic ties.
Archaeologists have discovered the grave of a child, “Mtoto”, who had been laid to rest 78,000 years ago.
Tensions between the UK and France heat up over fishing rights with politicians in Paris engaging in sabre-rattling.
Regional analysts are largely optimistic about the constitutional changes but some have urged caution.
Known as “white ant”, Ongwen is accused of having committed some of the most horrific atrocities in Uganda and its neighbouring countries.
Patents are just one part of the vaccine puzzle. The key is the know-how about the actual manufacturing process.
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