Film captured off the shores of Fish Hoek, South Africa by passengers aboard The Wizard who were treated to an incredible sight as a huge pod of dolphins were gathering fish and a gigantic whale surfaces among them.
In Africa, in the Americas - and even in the Pacific - countries have no Covid-19 vaccines. And that's an issue for the whole world.
Several leaders have praised the United States' call to remove patent protections on vaccines and expand their global reach — others are hesitant.
The Malian woman was told to expect seven babies, but instead gave birth to nine — breaking a world record.
Germany has agreed to return priceless stolen artefacts to Africa and Canterbury Museum is now facing pressure to do the same.
Lion breeding and trade in products such as their bones will be stopped.
An Island in the Indian Ocean has become so notorious for shark attacks, swimming and surfing is banned outside its coral lagoon.
Human remains of adults and children and funerary equipment and pottery objects were also found in these tombs.
With every discovery, the government's hopes rise that more tourists will arrive.
Chad’s longtime leader has died of wounds from a visit to the front line - just hours after he was declared the winner of an election that would have given him another six years in power.
The French government bears “significant” responsibility for “enabling a foreseeable genocide", according to new report on France's role in Rwandan genocide.
A fire on South Africa's Table Mountain spread to the University of Cape Town forcing evacuations.
The cause of the fire is under investigation but teachers have highlighted problem of putting classrooms in makeshift huts.
In one of the world's worst humanitarian disasters, there is a glimmer of hope.
After a fanatic effort to move the Ever Given, Egypt authorities now say the cargo vessel isn't allowed to leave.
Excavator operator Abdullah Abdul-Gawad worked until he was "half-dead with exhaustion" to clear the Suez Canal, but says he's yet to receive any real recognition for his efforts.
A driver and assistant allegedly deactivated a safety system, prosecutors in Egypt say over crash that left at least 18 dead in March.
Archaeologists found brick houses, artefacts, and tools from pharaonic times at the site of the 3,000-year-old lost city.
The scientists who have been exploring it believe that it's the size of Switzerland, and it could be a crucial tool in the battle against climate change.
The coronavirus pandemic has drastically reduced the tourism that helps fund rhino conservation and protection efforts.
"The discovery of this lost city is the second most important archaeological discovery since the tomb of Tutankhamen."
Rocket-propelled grenades, machine guns and explosives were used to free some 1,800 prisoners from a jail in southeastern Nigeria.
Egyptian authorities are negotiating a financial settlement with the owners of the massive vessel that blocked the crucial waterway for nearly a week.
The lives of Ghanaians, who had to leave their homes due to witchcraft allegations, are further at risk during the coronavirus pandemic.
Marwa Elselehdar was the victim of a fake news campaign blaming her for grounding the Ever Given — despite working on a ship hundreds of miles away.
A total of 422 ships have passed through the canal since the skyscraper-size ship was freed on March 29. And now the canal is back to business as usual.
But some say disturbing the dead has awakened the 'curse of the pharaohs', and led to a recent spate of misfortune for Egypt.
The maritime traffic jam on both ends of Egypt's Suez Canal is continuing to ease further, four days after the dislodging of a massive container ship that had blocked the waterway.
The massive operation to dislodge the Ever Given and save global trade hinged on super-tugs, dredgers and prayers for a high tide.
Colossal ship and its cargo might not be allowed to leave Egypt if the issue of damages goes to court, a top canal official has warned.