Exclusive: FCO and MoD give £1m to Ethiopian security forces holding activist
Terrorist group faces major roadblocks to establishing a true back-up capital there, according to a new report
Unprecedented attack by serving US President claims UK was 'distracted'
In this tightly argued collection of lectures and essays, Ngugi writes with the aim of "making Africa visible in the world"
Mercer made a list of 230 countries and we took a look at the bottom 29 in the world
Barclays will sell its 62 per cent stake in Barclays Africa Group
A team of 11 suicide bombers have undergone training within Somalia to carry out airborne suicide missions, according to a leaked memo
The agricultural sector now accounts for nearly half its GDP, and the country is boosting coffee production with the help of Fairtrade
In Tanzania, they use giant pouched rats to smell for TB and landmines. In Britain, they're researching why dogs are able to sniff out some sorts of cancer. Emma Young reports on how mammals' olfactory gifts are being harnessed
Friends of Animals have filed a lawsuit to prevent 18 African elephants being shipped to the US
In part three of James Cusick's special reports on South Sudan, he explains how the country is on the verge of going bust - but not everyone is suffering
South Sudan will be on life support and suicide watch for the foreseeable future
Concern that British 'seek and destroy' drones may already be operating over the country
Congressmen call for investigation into whether it has violated the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act
In Birmingham, protesters held signs saying 'Trump is right'
Cochrane destroyed nine enemy lorries in 1940, helping to disrupt the advance into Egypt of an Italian army that outnumbered British and Empire troops by six to one