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A dramatic rescue operation freed a humpback whale trapped in a shark net off Australia's Gold Coast.
Kensington Palace has released the first official photographs from the christening of Prince Louis, the third child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
The CEO of Aspen Pharmacare, Steven Saad, talks about his journey from humble beginnings to running one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in Africa.
At a price tag of $3.8 billion and high hopes that it would boost the economy, one year later, Is the Standard Gauge Railway meeting expectations?
The Russian born filmmaker and director of the acclaimed film "Super Modo" aims to change perceptions of Africa through his movies.
Tens of thousands of Africans destined for slavery passed through this castle before being shipped into an unspeakable future
Hollywood Actor Hakeem Kae-Kazim returns to Nigeria to help train a rising group of filmmakers.
Marvel Entertainment commissioned Osborne's art to promote the hit movie "Black Panther" .
How a trading post for gold, wood and textiles before became a hub for the Trans-Atlantic slave trade.
Starvation, beatings and deaths - see where one of the darkest chapters in his Africa's history was written.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has announced that Russia is developing an "invincible" new missile.
The last time France won the tournament was in 1998 against Brazil.
During their tour in Ireland, a teenage fan handed the royal couple an unexpected present.
See photos of Bastille Day celebrations as France prepares to cheer on their national team in the World Cup.
At least seven people were killed and more than 15 were wounded in Kabul, Afghanistan in a suicide attack at the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development, police spokesman Hashmat Stanikzai told CNN.
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has made clear that Israel will now consider arson attacks from Gaza in the same way that it considers launches of rockets and mortars.
At least 273 people have died and 2,000 have been injured in the unrest that's rocked Nicaragua since April, according to the human rights arm of the Organization of American States (OAS).