Burundi's president launches campaign to extend his rule
Burundi's president launches campaign to extend his rule by amending constitution
CEO of La Colombe coffee: 'I don't want this tax cut'
Todd Carmichael said he is one of the few CEOs in America willing to declare what other executives won't: that while the new tax bill may be good for his business, it's bad for the country.
Dozens of Ugandan troops withdrawn from Somalia duty
Uganda's military says it has begun withdrawing dozens of its troops from peacekeeping duty in Somalia
UN: Myanmar's Rohingya likely faced crimes against humanity
The U.N. human rights chief says actions by Myanmar's government to "dehumanize" the Rohingya minority are likely to fan more violence and draw in communities from across the region
The Latest: UN rights body passes Rohingya crimes measure
The U.N.'s top human rights body has overwhelmingly passed a measure saying that crimes against humanity have "very likely" been committed against the Rohingya minority in Myanmar
'The Banana-Leaf Ball' aims to teach children through play
When children's book author Katie Smith Milway was looking for inspiration for her next project, she found a life lesson worth sharing in the form of a banana-leaf ball. Made from twine and banana tree leaves, a banana-leaf ball can be as small as a softball or as large as a soccer ball, and is
Burundi robotics team missing after competition in Washington, DC
And Washington state police have released images of sixteens from the small east African country of Burundi. They have been missing since Tuesday after participating in an international robotics competition. There for missing boys and two girls between the ages of sixteen to eighteen police say at
Burundi robotics team missing after competition in Washington, D.C.
Six students from the small African country of Burundi went missing this week after participating in an international student robotics competition in Washington, D.C . The team, consisting of two 17-year-old girls and four boys, aged 16 to 18, was reported missing after the competition's closing
For Hundreds of Thousands Fleeing War, Reaching Uganda Camp Means Safety
When fighting became frequent in his country South Sudan , Gwongo Paul Dada decided to leave. The journey involved two days of walking with his wife and 3-year old son before they arrived at a refugee camp in Uganda, he said. “We would walk during the day and sleep on the way,” Dada told ABC News.