Black leaders speak up on slavery Black Caucus' head pushes law aimed at Sudan; NAACP to act
Proving existence of slavery in Sudan was...
Unnatural borders reason for slaveryThe excellent series...
Zulu voters slay a sheep for peace Election: Zulus in South Africa's KwaZulu/Natal province are to vote today in municipal elections that pit traditional tribal leaders against President Nelson Mandela's African National Congress.
Sudan controls slaves, exile says Former rights official tells House panel of government role; Monitors, sanctions sought; Up to 10,000 reported held as tactic in war against rebel tribes
What will Farrakhan say now?
NAACP to add pressure on Sudan Group will intensify opposition to slavery, its head, Mfume, says
Arabs try for unity at summit Leaders hope to put pressure on Israel
Tales of slavery contradicted by Sudan diplomat Ambassador: "There are no slaves.... There is a vicious portrayal about Sudan," Mahdi Ibrahim Mohamed insists
What happens next is up to us
Show can't hold all of Africa Art: Over-ambition and lack of context are crucial flaws in a beautiful but confusing Guggenheim exhibit.
What would Owen Smith say?
Hutus reportedly attacking thousands of Tutsi in Zaire Violence suggests militias rebuilding at U.N. camps
Where children live in bondage Inquiry: Is there slavery in Sudan? Louis Farrakhan, a friend of the regime, scoffs. To find out, two Sun reporters make an illegal journey to see -- and experience -- a monstrous truth. This is their journal.
S. Africa's black on white radio Reception: A formerly all-white radio station in Johannesburg has scored a hit with a morning talk show that features hosts from both races.
Nigeria is most corrupt country, 'poll of polls' indicates International organization questioned business people
Africare organization holding family festival Sunday
Worse than the worst of colonialism
Central African Republic turns against the French Protesters denounce intervention in mutiny; looters sack capital
Doctor in Kenya claims to have herbal cure for AIDS Government has stake in potion critics call a modern snake oil
Advance fee fraud taps Md. via mail Letters from Nigeria ask small businesses for aid in moving cash; High payoffs promised; Funds often support smuggling of heroin, officials report
A widening war against witches Persecution: In South Africa's Northern Province, witch hunts are not a thing of the past. Within the last year, more than 100 suspected witches have been killed, usually by burning.
S. Africa approves constitution Weeks of wrangling end with passage ahead of deadline
Justice still eludes survivors of 1994 genocide in Rwanda Financially strapped U.N. tribunal struggles to gain some headway
A deal with the devil U.S. threw away chance to save African country tied to it by history
We're wrong about Islamic terrorism
Heart of Darkness RE-EXAMINING RWANDA
Truth panel hopes to lay to rest ghosts of an apartheid past Five witnesses tell their stories as commission begins its work in S. Africa
Loyalty only to mayhem Civil war: Liberia has a past tightly linked to the United States and a present that bodes poorly for West Africa's future.
New breakdown in Liberia U.S. evacuation: Africa's country with most U.S. influence is also one of saddest.
In Sierra Leone, military leader hands over...
Farrakhan support for Sudanese regime sparks debate Government is accused of condoning slavery
Crushing portrait of a broken union Mandela vs. Mandela: South Africa's president describes emotional abandonment by the wife who had stood by him during his 27 years in prison.
Tribal talk: Fate of Afrikaans: The language of apartheid faces challenges in new South Africa.
Let's not go it alone this time Sanctions on Nigeria: Administration wants to tighten the screws.
Arab leaders, Clinton meet to back Israel on terrorism Egypt resort draws 30 heads of state in show of solidarity
Ouaga teaches what 'foreign' is
Show features decorative art of West Africa
Tying shoes, forging new ties Exchange program: A principal from West Africa visits a Millersville school for special needs children.
Uganda moves from the Dark Ages to our age
Burundi on the bubble Slaughter threatened: Tutsi minority army a menace to Hutu majority.
Post-Cold War hot spots
Tourists find West Africa in Brazilian city Kinship: Travelers interested in the black diaspora enjoy Salvador in Bahia state, where about 80 percent of the citizens claim some African ancestry.
Disintegrating Burundi: A Rwanda in waiting? Thousands are dying in ethnic civil war between Hutus, Tutsis
No easy path to wealth South Africa: ANC's privatization plan puts it in conflict with organized labor allies.
Carrying help to East Africa Distributing medicine: Don M. Padgett traveled from Carroll County to Tanzania with a drug to ease suffering from river blindness, a debilitating disease.
Natives dwindle to park exhibit Bushmen: In a South African tourist attraction, members of a vanishing people display themselves and their traditional skills for visitors, then withdraw to a life of as much privacy and dignity as they can muster.
Footprints leading to our past African treasure: In Tanzania, researchers have been working to preserve footprints left 3.6 million years ago by our earliest known ancestors.
Clinton is wary of imposing oil embargo on Nigeria U.S. buys nearly half the nation's oil, while European share is 40%
Tough sanctions could topple Nigerian regime Tutu calls for stern measures against cruel dictatorship