While the African island nation of Madagascar has an image of a wildlife paradise among Western tourists, it is one of the poorest countries in the world. A critical issue facing its population is malnutrion, which affects half of all the country's children.
The Golden Eaglets are the most successful Under-17 squad ever, having won five world championships
'Nobody can touch us. If men tried to take our property or hurt us, they would be punished. All the power belongs to us'
'These horrific practices... tarnish the image of the whole nation of Malawi internationally and bring shame to us all,' says Malawi's president
Idea modelled on EU's Schengen area allowing free movement of people
Ex-dictator of Chad Hissène Habré gets life for crimes against humanity, rape, sexual slavery and ordering killings.
Australia celebrates 'National Sorry Day' on the 26th May. By coincidence, it’s also when the South American nation of Guyana celebrate their independence from British colonial rule
'There was no noise, no smell. We tried to be very quiet not to disturb them. It was very special'
By eroding trust in communities, belief in witchcraft can really hold communities back
Go wild at some of the continent's newest lodges
Two-thirds of the land for coffee beans could be 'unviable' by 2100
As the natural historian and presenter turns 90, we guide you through his landmark TV series and how to visit some of the dazzling locations
An estimated 35,000 elephants have been killed every year since 2010 and the rate shows no sign of letting up
The commander of a multinational force fighting the Islamist insurgents revealed the discovery
The founders of charity GiveDirectly said they want to investigate how having a secure income indefinitely can change people's behaviour day-to-day
From self-catering in Wales to a luxury week on the beach in Thailand