The suspects, said to be a sociology major and two high school students, allegedly forced a small tanker that had rescued them and others off Libya to head for Europe.
Crowds, seeking far more than the ouster of the ailing president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, want the wholesale removal of “the System.” all those tied to his 20-year reign.
Even in a country widely viewed as tolerant, Moroccan Christians have to practice their faith in secret. They are hoping the pope’s visit might be a turning point.
The medical charity Doctors Without Borders said it is seeing 200 likely cholera cases a day just in the Mozambique port of Beira.
Fethi Sahraoui has been photographing young Algerians who rush to local stadiums for biweekly soccer matches and for a chance to be heard.
An Air France commander, he insisted on remaining with his Jewish and Israeli hostages until they were rescued by Israeli commandos in a daring raid.
A pilgrimage to Munich finds a resplendent tribute to the Ghanaian-born artist, and a fitting epitaph for the curator, Okwui Enwezor.
The Truth and Dignity Commission published an archive of human rights violations and named President Béji Caïd Essebsi for his role in trials in 1963.
The explosion on a busy road in the Somalia capital killed at least 11 people and destroyed two restaurants and cars parked in the area.
With vast areas submerged by contaminated water, officials warned that more cases of potentially lethal, waterborne diseases should be expected.
Public comments from the company have been relatively sparse while an outcry grew after a second deadly crash involving one of its planes.
Earlier recommendations for awards and punishments resulting from the deadly 2017 attack were not sufficient, said the acting defense secretary, Patrick M. Shanahan.
A top power broker in the ruling regime threw his weight behind what he called the “legitimate demands” of the protesters calling for the ailing president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, to step down.
“We think humans are the best designers, but this is not really true,” a researcher said.
Through Kibera Stories, Brian Otieno looks beyond the stark realities that have defined his hometown’s visual narrative to photograph innovative fashion, art and everyday life.
Cyclone Idai brought punishing rains and winds to Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi, causing a humanitarian emergency as severe as those in war zones.
The number of female solo travelers has skyrocketed, but amid Instagram-worthy escapades are tales of violence and death, raising questions about how the world is greeting women who travel alone.
Peter Tabichi teaches math and science in a remote village and tutors students on the weekends.