The new technique uses an advanced form of fingerprinting powder and prepares the ground for the use of fingerprinting in the field
A long standing tradition in Harar sees residents feed hyenas every night
Africa is full of once-in-a-lifetime wildlife experiences, whether you are inspired by Walt Disney or David Attenborough
Local holy man urges parents the more they spend on the pens, the more their children will succeed
The continent's second-smallest country seeks to expoloit its position off the coast of some of Africa's biggest economies
Hunters reportedly had not realised the elephant was so large when the man fired the fatal shot
Finding raises the question of why humans did not enter Europe until only about 40,000 to 45,000 years ago
Ninety troops began deployment as early as Monday
The animals were killed in Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe after they used a contaminated salt lick
A new photography book takes an unusual view of some safari stars, from big cats to colourful birds
Through a partnership with satellite company Eutelsat, Facebook’s Internet.org will get people without internet connections hooked up — but the plan has already drawn criticism
Human rights organisations condemn White House memo ‘waiving’ ban on military aid to the Democratic Republic of Congo, Somalia, Nigeria and South Sudan
There are now just two countries where the paralysing disease is considered endemic
Chad's Zakouma National Park has had rare success in the battle against ivory poachers. Ahead of a talk at the Royal Geographical Society, park director Rian Labuschange reveals how he did it
The United States has done it. The Philippines and China too. Even Hong Kong has said it will destroy some of its contraband ivory. But ahead of a conservation conference in London next month where world leaders will descend to seek a solution to wildlife crime, the debate about the future of stockpiles is set to heat up.
Do the British people love Blair? Do they eat Blair chocolates and wear Blair pyjamas?