Burundian President Pierre Nkurunziza entered the nation’s capital Friday in a large motorcade, greeted by crowds of cheering supporters decked out in ruling party clothing, after the arrest of three leaders of a failed military coup.
Is there such a thing as a “good” coup?
The president's office in Burundi took to Twitter after an attempted military coup Wednesday, first to deny there had been an attempted takeover and then to announce there had been one but it failed.
Booby traps, tunnels, mines and dense woodland cover thousands of miles.
Just over 13 months since Liberia’s first case of Ebola, the West African nation Saturday was declared free of the deadly disease, 42 days after the burial of the last fatal victim on March 28.
Secretary of State John F. Kerry on Tuesday paid an unannounced visit to Mogadishu, with its haunting memories of 18 U.S. servicemen slain in 1993 and American bodies dragged through the streets.
Secretary of State John F. Kerry on Monday sought to rebuild America’s frayed relationship with Kenya, which went into decline after the 2013 election of a president who had been charged with crimes against humanity in the International Criminal Court.
The women and girls sit huddled on one side of a large compound, covered in long flowing gowns, small children huddled close, as two soldiers stand by.