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Latest Malawi Items
Around the world, on average, 18,000 children under the age of five died every day in 2012. While this tragic fact is definitely cause for concern, it may also provide room for optimism.
Malawi's president accused Madonna of exaggerating her charitable contributions to the country, and overplaying her prima donna card by demanding excessive VIP treatment.
The American pop diva Madonna has arrived in Malawi for an unannounced visit, local residents say.
Move over OPEC. There's a new cartel in town — this one aimed at driving up the price of tea.
Neil Armstrong would always be taking that first step onto the moon, and Dick Clark was forever "the world's oldest teenager." Some of the notables who died in 2012 created images in our minds that remained unchanged over decades.
While the international community is focused on the M23 rebellion, other armed groups have taken advantage of the security vacuum in eastern Congo and killed more than 260 people since April, says a U.N. report released Wednesday.
Lots of mothers wake in the middle of the night to feed their babies, but not many get up to give a bottle to an infant elephant.
Malawi President Joyce Banda announced that she will take a 30 percent pay cut to show that she will sacrifice personally as part of her government's austerity measures.
In the village of Nabari on northern Ghana's dry savanna, 80-year-old Wudana Dokurugu lives with other widows in a clump of mud huts. They farm maize and soybeans in nutrient-poor soil, and say their food never lasts to the next harvest.