Prosecutors in the US city of Chicago have dropped charges against US actor Jussie Smollet.
Yaounde (National Times) – Women in Engineering (WomEng) and the Royal Academy of Engineering are inviting African Female Innovators in Sub-Saharan Africa with an engineering innovation in its early stages or startup to participate in their African Innovation Fellowship program.
A 21-year-old woman cut off her hand with a circular saw in a bid to claim a $637,000 insurance payout, Slovenian police have claimed.
A Russian model posted a video before she boarded the doomed Ethiopia Airways flight which crashed, killing 157 people.
A new study gives a clue to the secret to a long, blissful marriage: genetics.
In the tiny city of Escobares, Texas, 62% of residents live below the poverty line.
An American TV actor was criminally charged Thursday for allegedly masterminding an elaborate “publicity stunt” that sought to exploit the “pain and anger of racism” with a staged assault on the streets of Chicago.
Rwanda has threatened sanctions on media houses that offer advertising services to traditional healers or “any other prohibited health or medical related programmes”.
Samsung on Wednesday unveiled its first folding handset as part of an effort to rev up demand in the slumping smartphone sector.
Technology has made a tremendous difference in the world, in areas as diverse as health and education, and pretty much everything in between.
In partnership with the African Development Bank, Korea is ready to step up technology transfers to Africa, officials have said.
It’s a scientific coup to warm the heart of any superhero fan: the first documented sightings of a black panther in Africa in nearly 100 years, not far from where Marvel places the fictional setting of its Oscar-nominated “Black Panther.”