As one of the world's poorest nations tries to deal with floods, aid is slow to reach the people who need it.
December 29 marks one year since Baher Mohamed, Mohamed Fahmy and Peter Greste were imprisoned on false charges.
Al Jazeera steps inside the world of Kenya's killing squads.
Francophone group brings together nations of common language and culture but cynics see it as relic of colonialism.
The stripping naked of a woman in Nairobi for "dressing indecently" has sparked outrage and an intense debate in Kenya.
Former president Rupiah Banda is a central figure as opposition mulls whom to back in polls to replace deceased leader.
The race to be president will be hotly contested but whoever wins will face pressing demands from civil servants.
Zambia's Michael Sata is clearly in poor health. But the government is tight-lipped about his condition and whereabouts.
As world's attention focuses on offensive against al-Shabab, Somali government begins to shackle the local media.
Poor communication and misleading information make covering Africa's remote areas even more difficult.
AU and government forces attempt to strangle al-Shabab's access to money and weapons with new operation on coastline.