Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe, who has led the country since its independence from Britain in 1980, refused to resign on Sunday despite a military coup and his party’s threat to impeach him in Parliament.
By PBS NewsHour
On this edition for Saturday, Nov. 18, nearly 200 countries, not including the U.S., agree to move forward on climate change. Also, the quest to develop a universal and long-lasting flu vaccine, and a report shows that black residents of…
By Donna Cassata, Associated Press
President Donald Trump says he's delaying a new policy allowing the body parts of African elephants shot for sport to be imported until he can review "all conservation facts."…
By Michael Biesecker, Associated Press
The Trump administration said it will allow the importation of body parts from African elephants shot for sport, contending that encouraging wealthy big-game hunters to kill them will aid the vulnerable species. The U.S. decision comes as the longtime president…
By PBS NewsHour
President Robert Mugabe, Zimbabwe’s 93-year-old ruthless ruler since 1980, is under house arrest in his own mansion, detained by elements of his military. The generals say it’s not a coup, but it seems like one on the streets of the…
In Zimbabwe, the military has placed President Robert Mugabe under house arrest and locked down the capital Harare.
Danai Gurira is a playwright and performer who wants to make sure women of color don’t search in vain for stories they can relate to. Her latest play, "Eclipsed," is premiering on Broadway, and she also has a starring role…
By Joshua Barajas
James Walter Palmer, the Minnesota dentist who admitted to killing Cecil the lion, will no longer face extradition to Zimbabwe, an environment minister said Monday.
By Kenzi Abou-Sabe
Cecil was the leading attraction of the national park in Hwange, Zimbabwe, until the 13-year-old lion suffered a grisly death at the hands of hunters earlier this month, according to a report by the Guardian.
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