Fuel Truck Explosion Kills at Least 73 in Mozambique
Villagers in a remote part of the African country had been trying to siphon fuel from the vehicle when it was struck by lightning.
The Gentle Assassin in Brazil
When a gesture made in Portuguese sounds like an offer you can’t refuse.
Debris Is Probably From Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, Investigators Say
The Australian authorities said that two pieces of debris found in Mozambique were very likely to have come from the missing jetliner.
A One-Man Quest for Answers in Malaysian Jet’s Disappearance
Blaine Alan Gibson, who found debris that officials say could be from Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, says he is “intrigued by mysteries that need to be solved.”
Debris in Mozambique Is Thought to Come From Malaysia Airlines Plane
Pieces that washed up could be part of the wreckage from Flight 370, which vanished almost exactly two years ago, Malaysian officials reported.
The Yellowstone of the Future
“Environmental entrepreneurs” are creating alternatives to traditional models of nature protection.
Gabon Reaches Third Round
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang converted his penalty shootout kick as Gabon became the first team to reach the third round of African 2018 World Cup qualifying.
South Africa Court Sentences 8 Ex-Policemen in Immigrant’s Murder
Each was sentenced to 15 years in the death of an immigrant man working as a taxi driver who sustained blunt force injuries in 2013 after being dragged behind a police van and beaten.
After 22 Years of Work, Mozambique Is Free of Land Mine Peril
At one time experts expected that it might take centuries to clear the war-scarred countryside of these deadly remnants of years of combat.
South African Army Deployed in Areas Hit by Anti-Immigrant Violence
The government has faced criticism that it responded too slowly to attacks that have claimed seven lives.
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