The Latest: Congo FM Insists Elections Will Take Place
Congo's foreign minister insists that elections will take place after technical problems are resolved
Muslim Radical Convicted in Destruction of Mausoleums
An international court has found a Muslim radical guilty of committing a war crime by overseeing the destruction of historic mausoleums in the Malian desert city of Timbuktu
Donors Pledge $163 Million for Victims of Boko Haram
International donors pledged over $160 million for life-saving support for millions of people in west Africa whose lives have been thrown into turmoil by the Muslim extremist group Boko Haram
Islamic Extremists Claim to Kill 40 Troops in Nigeria Town
Islamic extremists claim to kill 40 troops in Nigeria town, but army says it won battle
Pokemon and Real Animals Live Together at the Naples Zoo
ABC's Lana Zak goes searching for Pokemon, sloths and honey badgers at the Naples Zoo in Florida.
UNICEF: 134 Nigerian Children Could Die Every Day From Malnutrition Without Aid
An estimated quarter of a million children in northeast Nigeria’s Borno state are severely malnourished and many are facing death, the United Nations Children’s Fund warned. Since launching its brutal insurgency in the region seven years ago, Islamic militant group Boko Haram has devastated entire
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
Republican Presidential Debate
GOP presidential candidates meet head to head in the last debate before the New Hampshire primary.