HARARE - A doctor in Zimbabwe who was abducted and allegedly tortured for leading a doctors strike left the country late Thursday for what his medical team calls "urgent" treatment in South …Read More
GENEVA, The World Health Organization (WHO) has rebuked Tanzania for failing to provide information about possible Ebola virus infections.
The WHO said it had learned of one suspected fatal case in Dar …Read More
CAIRO - Sudan's newly appointed prime minister has launched an independent investigation into June's deadly crackdown on protesters that killed dozens of people and threatened to crush the country's pro-democracy uprising.
Protest …Read More
At least 20 Somali government soldiers were killed and 18 others were wounded when al-Shabab raided a military base south of Mogadishu, security sources told VOA Somali.
The sources said militants detonated …Read More
The Zimbabwean doctor whose disappearance sparked off a wave of doctors' protests across the country, has reappeared, alive.
Speaking Thursday on VOA Zimbabwe Service's Livetalk program, a disoriented-sounding Dr. Peter Magombeyi, the …Read More
Considerable progress in dealing with the legacies of past nuclear activities has been made over the last decade, and this remediation experience will help to resolve other environmental challenges and avoid similar …Read More
KINSHASA - Congo's National Ebola Response Committee says confirmed Ebola deaths in the east of the sprawling African nation are nearing 2,000 and confirmed cases of the virus have exceeded 3,000.
The …Read More
GENEVA - The International Organization for Migration reports it has repatriated 127 African and Asian migrants stranded in Libya under difficult, brutal conditions.
Tripoli's Mitiga International airport was shut down last Sunday …Read More