Zimbabwe's President Emmerson Mnangagwa tells Christiane Amanpour that he will not overstay his welcome as president and promised to make public the findings of an inquiry into the 1983 Matabeleland massacre.
In a unanimous ruling hailed by activists campaigning for the legalization of marijuana, the judges declared unconstitutional three sections of the Constitution that prohibited cannabis consumption, possession and cultivation.
It was one week after 9/11, and the world's attention was on New York City. The recent terrorist attack had changed the world forever, but in a small country in the Horn of Africa, things were about to alter even more drastically.
Sandra Made and Zou Qianshun are, in many ways, like millions of newly married couples around the world. Made, 27, is a housewife who looks after their 10-month-old baby, while Zou, 43, is a fishing captain and the family breadwinner.
The Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC) is working with Public Health England to investigate two cases of monkeypox diagnosed in the UK this week, in patients who had recently traveled to the west African nation.
CNN Hero Abisoye Ajayi-Akinfolarin turned her vision to empower the disadvantaged girls of Lagos, Nigeria, into reality with GirlsCoding, a free program that seeks to educate -- and excite -- girls about computer programming.