The black rhino may be making a comeback in Chad after nearly 50 years, thanks to a relocation programme involving South African rhino.
At least 45 people have been killed by cholera in Zimbabwe in the past three weeks, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Tuesday, describing the strain as "multi-drug resistant".
Working class communities across Cape Town are expected to "reclaim" their streets on Tuesday morning as part of a movement called the Western Cape Total Shutdown.
A cholera outbreak in Nigeria's northeast has killed nearly 100 people over the past two weeks and infected thousands more, the United Nations said.
BASRA, IRAQ - The brackish water pouring from the taps of homes in Basra has caused stomach ailments and skin rashes for thousands in the southern Iraqi city once famous for its network of freshwat
Le Dinh Luong has been accused of taking part in activities aimed at 'overthrowing the state' - charges Amnesty says are political.
Turns out, a new HIV drug can reduce the viral replication and increase immune cells in individuals with advanced, drug-resistant HIV infection.
Laos has suspended consideration of new hydropower projects in the country pending reviews of development policy after the breach of a dam last month left at least 34 dead with 100 still missing, L
The World Health Organization says experts are starting to carry out Ebola vaccinations in Congo's latest deadly outbreak.
ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN - Pakistan's incoming government under Prime Minister-elect Imran Khan plans to 'aggressively' undertake a massive countrywide campaign to plant 10 billion trees in the next fiv
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