Her research with her husband, Robert Seyfarth, found that baboons and vervet monkeys had more complex social relationships than previously thought.
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The Security Council’s unanimous decision came after a thaw in relations between Eritrea and its neighbor Ethiopia.
Jyoti and Kiran Matharoo sought fame on social media by flaunting what nature — and men — gave them. Then they got locked up abroad.
The Islamic extremist group the Shabab claimed responsibility.
A journalist who was held captive for years exchanged messages with a man who has been charged with his hostage taking.
One of the buses tried to pass two large trucks on a stretch of the road where overtaking is prohibited, an official said.
While the circumstances of the mass kidnapping remain unclear, more than 70 teenagers were returned to their school by masked men.
The results of the yearlong investigation, which were not made public, were sent to an admiral who will decide whether charges will be brought.
The newly identified extinct primate weighed slightly less than an average house cat.
The American Cancer Society’s fund-raising alliances with Herbalife and others have stirred concerns, and influenced the departure of its chief medical officer.
The school is in a part of Cameroon where separatists have been fighting the government to form their own country. Students have been caught in the middle.
The sport of moraingy, a brutal mixed martial arts tradition in Madagascar, has become commercialized over the years, but at heart, it remains a reflection of local culture.
Spurred by the leadership of entrepreneurial women and Nigeria’s cultural cachet around Africa and the world, the country’s fashion magazine industry has found a receptive audience.
President Trump said rocks would be considered firearms if thrown at the American military. The Nigerian Army pointed to that language when explaining why its soldiers fatally shot protesters.
Riek Machar traveled to the capital, Juba, more than two years after fierce fighting erupted in the city and forced him to flee the country.
More than half of the patients who received treatment survived, scientists reported.
Charles Trumann Wesco, a missionary from Indiana, was shot in the head during fighting between armed separatists and soldiers.
In Uganda, refugees are given land, the right to work, and freedom to move around. And far from prompting a backlash, Ugandans remain welcoming of refugees.
The alleged rape of an overdosed 16-year-old girl by African migrants has given more leverage to populist leader, who not may have Rome in his sights.
Although the position is largely ceremonial, the decision to place Sahle-Work Zewde in the role carries significant symbolic weight.