A team of shipwreck explorers have discovered the sunk Royal Albert in Lake Ontario.
The National Treasury ordered Jacob Zuma to repay part of the funds he used to improve his home.
The IOC announced Friday that the athletes from Syria, South Sudan, and the Democratic Republic of Congo will go to Rio this summer and march under the Olympic flag.
Seven men were found guilty of the 2010 attacks that killed 74 people.
Three people are confirmed dead in Monday’s demonstrations.
Parliament voted Wednesday to decriminalize same-sex acts in country.
There are fears unrest could re-erupt in Western Sahara after Morocco expelled some peacekeeping staff in the disputed area.
Riek Machar, the South Sudanese rebel leader, returned to the country Tuesday and was sworn in as vice president.
The country’s highest court ruled that Jacob Zuma violated the constitution when he used $15 million in state funds to upgrade his private estate.
Nigerian troops have freed hundreds of hostages held by the militant Islamist group.
The company began services in Mombasa last week amid protests.
Prime Minister Omar Abdirashid Ali Sharmarke joined more than 1 million supporters in a campaign to end the practice in a country where it’s widely practiced.
A government audit says $16 billion is missing.
Workers took down makeshift homes Monday that had provided refuge for migrants in Calais, France.
Citizens voted Thursday in a process that is already being called fraudulent.
Fifty-four people were arrested and dozens injured in clashes that began after police tried to clear hawkers from the streets on the first night of Chinese New Year.