Chinese criminal Yang Fenlan faces 15 years in prison for managing an organized group that poached endangered elephants.
Africans have been calling for the return of ancestors’ remains for decades, and at least one Western leader is now listening.
NASA scientists found drug-resistant strains of bacteria in the ISS toilets, but say they pose no threat to the astronauts—for now.
Officials estimate that more than 400 people may have been onboard the ferry, which was only licensed to carry 100 passengers.
Zipline has been using its drones for months to deliver lifesaving blood to Rwandan villages. Now it’s coming to the US.
The regional commissioner in charge of the plan argued that it would make them less likely to have sex.
Every other December, scores of Tanzanian girls endure what's colloquially known as "cutting season." Now, new mapping technology can help activists locate girls who might be in danger—and get them to safe houses before it's too late.
The present reclaims the past on a passenger ferry in Tanzania.
After Tanzania gained independence, many Indian families fled the country when resentment toward them grew. But the family behind the beloved K.T. Shop refused to leave their adopted home, where they had already spent decades planting their roots.
"I saw an 18-year-old British high school graduate wielding a saw, at a patient’s side."
Small-scale farmers like Mama Gladness Pallangyo struggle to make ends meet with their coffee crops, but immersive tourism is allowing them to supplement their incomes and bring improvements to their villages.
On the International Day of the Girl we highlight the actions of three extraordinary women who have championed female empowerment.