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A super-toxic bug is causing the frightening food poisoning outbreak that has sickened at least 1,600 people and killed 18, researchers and global health officials said Thursday.
Average life expectancies are increasing steadily in most of the world, but men in Iraq and women in South Africa are bucking that trend with notable drops in their time on Earth.
Congo's former vice president, Jean-Pierre Bemba, pleaded not guilty Monday to charges of murder, rape and pillage at the start of his war-crimes trial, in a case the chief prosecutor says will define a commander's legal responsibility to control his troops.
Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan on Wednesday vowed that everything possible would be done to unearth those behind last week's independence day bombings that killed 12 people.
One of Africa's most vicious rebel groups has killed at least 255 people over the past 18 months in a largely unreported campaign of abductions and massacres in Congo and the Central African Republic, a human rights group said in a report sent to journalists on Thursday.
One of Africa's most vicious rebel groups has killed at least 255 people over the past 18 months in a largely unreported campaign of abductions and massacres in Congo and the Central African Republic, a human rights group said in a report sent to journalists Thursday.
The main union at South Africa's monopoly power supplier says it's ready to strike after rejecting the company's wage offer.