An extreme heat wave is gripping much of Europe, breaking records and causing widespread misery. Temperatures soared well over 100 degrees Fahrenheit in France, Germany and Spain. While the heat is coming from sub-Saharan Africa, some researchers say climate change…
By William Brangham
In the midst of radical changes in health care policy, some U.S. providers are looking to an unlikely model: Sub-Saharan Africa, where ordinary citizens are trained as medical support for their communities. In the U.S., City Health Works is following…
By PBS NewsHour
Gender inequality costs sub-Saharan Africa an average of $95 billion each year according to an annual United Nations Development Programme report published Sunday.
By Daniel Moritz-Rabson
America's top diplomat said Saturday the U.S. is ready to help increase its ties with Africa, but nations across the continent need to take stronger steps to ensure security and democracy for its people.
By Lara Jakes, Associated Press
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