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An electrical engineer by training, Cameroonian Acha Leke turns his problem-solving acumen to Africa's socioeconomic challenges.
Is the North Korean nuclear summit sinking because of an "eighth grade" dispute?
The cacao industry has led to ecological disaster in Ivory Coast and Ghana. Nearby Cameroon has found a better way.
Stéphanie Pérusse, daughter of a Canadian rally champion driver, expected the Rallye Aïcha des Gazelles du Moroc to be hard - just not this hard.
Did you start your career scooping ice cream as a teen? Or did you get your first paycheck later?
Coming-of-age celebrations for girls are increasingly coming a decade early, with some striking provocative poses.
Nomuntu Ndhlovu, 27, wants to turn rural South Africa's waste into electricity and biodiesel.
Luka Meas came to the U.S. as a child in 1980. More than 30 years later, he was deported, sent back to a country he barely remembered.
OZY's Eugene S. Robinson addresses queries from the love-weary in Sex With Eugene.
American companies increasingly offer paid time off to new parents. But will it impact a national family leave policy?
Can Vennia Francois, a Black female Republican, win big in Orlando?
This Northeastern region suffers from the highest rate of diabetes and prediabetes in Canada.
Here is what we should do if we're going to continue pretending presidential fitness matters.
For decades, Windhoek's humming hub of artistry has been the place to see live music and quirky performances any night of the week.
Despite strong economic growth, Kosovo's citizens are getting poorer and half its youth are unemployed, which is fueling a startup culture.
Jeremiah Derby, 18, a champion wrestler and boxer, makes the move to college and a pro life beyond, all part of a family legacy.
The butt of many jokes, the scruffy suburb of Parow is having the last laugh.
Satellite images show a surprising number of world regions with imperiled water supplies - and human activity is responsible for a lot of them.
If Party Republicans want to take their party back, female candidates need to throw their hats in the ring.
The tiny West African nation is emerging as a model of activism in battling climate change and managing waste.