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HARARE, Zimbabwe — The cave squeaker is back. Researchers in Zimbabwe say they have found a rare frog that has not been seen in decades.
Just minutes after a federal judge blocked part of President Trump’s immigration order on Saturday night, ruling that no one with a valid visa should be deported, someone was, according to court papers filed on Thursday.
Étienne Tshisekedi, a cunning and relentless Congolese opposition leader who was a thorn in the side of his country’s big men for decades, died on Wednesday in Brussels.
Jetlagged and jittery, Hass walks through the arrivals door at John F. Kennedy International Airport — eyes darting left and right, scanning the sea of strange faces in front of him.
(CNN)A crippling Internet shutdown is entering a third week in the English-speaking region of Cameroon. The government suspended services for Southwest and Northwest province after a series of protests that resulted in violence and the arrest of community leaders.
(CNN)For years, Ghana’s Black Stars have been Africa’s nearly men. Since 2008, they have reached the Africa Cup of Nations semifinals on six consecutive occasions yet failed to lift the continent’s most prestigious prize.
Harare, Zimbabwe (CNN)Zimbabwe police have arrested the pastor who fled the country last year after leading protests against President Robert Mugabe’s government. Pastor Evan Mawarire’s #ThisFlag protest movement gained momentum among Zimbabweans on social media last year after he called on Mugabe’s government to address a failing economy and to respect human rights.
At Kennedy International Airport on Tuesday afternoon, a refugee family of five arrived on an 18-hour flight from Africa and, unlike others who had hoped to enter the country over the weekend, was soon standing outside the airport, watching as snow fell like confetti.
WASHINGTON — When I was 13 years old, my family fled our home for the United States. We were refugees, even though we came here on visitor visas that we simply outstayed.