Abandoned by Smugglers, 34 Migrants Die of Apparent Thirst in Sahara Desert
A group of migrants traveling from Niger into Algeria were found dead last week, abandoned by human traffickers who were leading them, the Niger Ministry of Interior said in a statement. The migrants are presumed to have died from extreme thirst, as is common in the scorching temperatures of the
The Latest: Bow Ties, International Picks Dominate NBA Draft
Shoutouts to JCPenney and a record haul of international players make 2016 NBA draft night one for the books
Aid Group: 200 Refugees Die of Starvation in Nigerian City
Doctors Without Borders says nearly 200 refugees from Boko Haram have died of starvation and dehydration in the Nigerian city of Bama in the past month
Scorecard: Lara defends 154-pound title in lackluster win
A roundup of the past week's notable boxing results from around the world: Saturday at Las Vegas Erislandy Lara W12 Vanes Martirosyan Retains a junior middleweight title Scores: 116-111 (twice), 115-112 Records: Lara (23-2-2, 13 KOs); Martirosyan (36-3-1, 21 KOs) Rafael's remarks: From the moment
Nigeria's Stolen Girls: Inside Boko Haram Territory Where Children Are Forced to Become Suicide Bombers: Reporter's Notebook
We’re speeding down the road in a heavily armored jeep, heading towards the front lines of the battle against African Jihad. This is Boko Haram territory. Outside, the temperature can crack 110 degrees F. We’re traveling inside a thick bubble of security protecting Samantha Power , U.S. Ambassador
“Nightline” Travels to Africa to Report the Latest on the #bringbackourgirls Schoolgirls Captured by Boko Haram Two Years Ago, Juju Chang’s First Hand Account Airs Tonight, 12:35 am on ABC
It has been two years since Boko Haram kidnapped nearly 300 schoolgirls from their dorm rooms in the Northern Nigerian town of Chibok. The missing girls captured the world’s attention and launched the hashtag campaign #bringbackourgirls. Just this past week, “Nightline” Anchor Juju Chang travelled
Hear Stories From The Women and Children Inside Boko Haram Territory
ABC News' Juju Chang and United States Ambassador Samantha Power travelled to Chad, Cameroon and Nigeria.
2,000 Ivory Tusks Set Ablaze in Cameroon
Authorities in Yaounde burned 2,000 ivory tusks and 1,700 ivory objects - a demonstration of commitment to fight elephant poaching.