A Dutch carpenter spent years building a replica of Noah's ark. Now he wants to sail across the Atlantic Ocean
They were stolen from their beds in a school dormitory: hundreds of teenage girls kidnapped by gunmen.
CNN's Zain Asher visits Ethiopian Aviation Academy where students from all over the continent receive training in everything from piloting to maintenance.
The Ebola outbreak in West Africa, at one time considered the worst outbreak in history, is no longer a public health emergency of international concern, the World Health Organization said on Tuesday.
In Lusaka, we meet a fashion designer who's setting trends by professing a bold vision of a 21st century Africa.
Mohammed Dewji has ambitious plans to take on big brands in Africa.
Young Muslims explain why they feel marginalized and alienated in their own country, leaving them at risk of recruitment by ISIS.
Facebook has activated its Safety Check feature, so people in Brussels can let loved ones know they're okay.
King Promise is a new musician hitting the Ghanaian airwaves with scintillating music that not only excites the ears, but also sets the mind thinking and gives the body with a feel for dancing. If your playlist has been feeling ...
President Barack Obama touched down in Cuba on Sunday, definitively ending a half-century of estrangement in a dramatic personal demonstration of his core foreign policy principle of engaging America's enemies.
It's a mystery that has evaded the best minds in archeology for decades: the unknown fate of a beautiful queen who ruled over ancient Egypt at the height of its power.
Pope Francis indicated contraceptives may be used to prevent the spread of the Zika virus, despite the church's longstanding ban on most forms of birth control.
From rural settlements in the hinterlands of the African Savannah, to plush hotels in bustling metropolises, terror groups in sub-Saharan Africa are pursuing their fundamentalist agenda with deadly ambitions.
Barbie has had another makeover. This time as a hijab-wearing Muslim.
Dr. Makaziwe Maki Mandela and her daughter Tukwini Mandela have found another way in which to carry on the legendary legacy of their family’s name.