The country's leaders are invoking Africa's most prominent saints in their campaign against homosexuality.
(Except for activities related to the International Space Station.)
Eco-Fuel Africa has set up a system for the production and distribution of "biochar briquettes"—small blocks of carbonized agricultural waste that provide a cleaner, easier-to-access fuel for homes across Uganda.
Is the country moving from "efficient corruption" to something worse?
The Kremlin's leaders have set their sights beyond Crimea. How should the West react?
The president should spell out what he is ready to do if Putin strikes again.
On this question, a former ambassador says, "we are kind of confused as a country."
The international body has issued a manual for adapting to a warming world.
The ability to outsource all kinds of business processes is creating massive, vertical company towns in the suburbs.
Can the shadowy Petro Poroshenko pull off an upset win against Yulia Tymoshenko?
Egypt's receding democracy, by the numbers
What does this week's UN vote say about Russia's new place in the world?
A closer look at Moscow's claims in the northern seas
Geographers have used census data from 150 countries to map human traffic over time.
More U.S. special forces and Osprey aircraft are headed to Uganda. But their mission may be broader than hunting down the world's most-wanted warlord.
A roadmap for responding to Moscow’s aggression
As president, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi could be toppled by the same forces that unseated his predecessors.
For 25 years, Japan has shied away from trying to increase inflation. But now that it's trying to get prices to rise by 2 percent, it needs to do much more.
Tourism is already down after MH370's disappearance, and the worst is still to come.
Covert cetacean operations have lost their luster since the Cold War.