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The Board of Directors of the United States’ Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) has approved a $250 million loan to fund a nitrogen fertilizer facility in Nigeria.

There is hardly any meaningful international response to the horrible suffering of up to a million Sudanese now targeted in a military campaign by...

Lonely Planet, the global travel guidebook company, has named Addis Ababa, Ethiopia as one of the world’s best cities to visit in 2013.Lonely Planet...

Food security conditions in South Kordofan, Sudan are dramatically declining, and malnutrition among children in the rebel-held areas of the conflict-torn state is on...

Africa has had more success than South Asia in tackling the problem of hunger over the past decade, according to a report on world...

Africa can ensure food security by producing wheat. New research presented in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia this week shows that the continent has the potential...

"In the Bible, Christ talks about the people of Israel using the ox and plough - a technology that has been around for over...

A strike that began in the platinum and gold mines of South Africa has spread across the economy to other South African industries, such...

There is high demand for fish in Abuja but supply is low because fish farmers cannot meet the demands as a result of factors...

As the world searches desperately for ways to boost food production by at least 70 percent by 2050 to feed an increasingly hungry planet,...

In 2012, the Maafa is a penal colony in U.S.-occupied Haiti – the national penitentiary. This image expresses a reality reminiscent of chained Africans...

Children in Mali are at growing risk of severe hunger, disease and recruitment by Arab terrorist groups amid drought-induced food shortages and widening conflict,...

Before setting its sights on Cuba and South Florida, Tropical Storm Isaac left at least eight Haitians dead and cut a path of destruction...

With minimal consultation, African governments are signing away huge tracts of land for lease on the cheap. Now communities are raising their voices in...

The United Nations today called for immediate action to tackle Mali's current humanitarian crisis which is driven by food insecurity, malnutrition, population displacement and...

The United Nations peacekeeping mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) used two of its attack helicopters on Thursday in support of...

Concerns about food - what we now call food security - are as old as mankind. Thomas Malthus' eloquentEssay on Population, published in 1798, crystallised...