It’s Art Month in Nigeria — and a highlight is the celebration of art that is Art X, a wide-ranging fair that highlights “Black portraiture” as well as other creations from the continent. (Image credit: Manny Jefferson for NPR)
The group invited six new members to join — expanding their reach to cover over a third of the world’s population in an attempt to reshape the global world order.
What will the reported death of mercenary leader Yevgeny Prigozhin’s mean for the Wagner operation in Africa, and the countries on that continent where they operate?
NPR’s A Martinez talks to the Miami Herald’s Jacqueline Charles about Kenya’s offer to send a thousand police officers to Haiti to lead a multinational effort to support Haitian police.
African leaders are leaving two days of meetings with Vladimir Putin with little to show for their requests to resume a deal that kept grain flowing from Ukraine and to find a path to end the war. (Image credit: Pavel Bednyakov/AP)
As Russia wraps up its high level summit with African countries Friday, just how much real influence does Russia have in the continent?
The country’s toll makes up nearly a third of the world’s 619,000 malaria deaths each year. Now Nigeria has approved a new vaccine. Will it get into the arms of those who need it most? (Image credit: Emma Houston/Xinhua via Getty Images)
The International African American Museum opens Tuesday in Charleston, S.C. It’s built on the site of Gadsden’s Wharf, where enslaved Africans entered the country.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Saturday met with a group of leaders of African countries who traveled to Russia on a self-styled “peace mission” the day after they went to Ukraine. (Image credit: Evgeny Biyatov/AP)
Senegal has been wracked by unrest, violence and sporadic social media blackouts in a country that is usually seen as a beacon of democracy and calm in an unstable region of West Africa.