Whoever can get their name out to the most people stands a good chance of being in the top two.
Thousands of people in Luxor rely on incomes generated in the tourism industry, but the tourists have vanished.
Footage seen a month after the deadly mall siege suggests al-Shabab achieved a lot more than what it had aimed for.
Sudanese president, in his first official reaction to protests, criticises demonstrations against fuel subsidy cut.
Once associated with wealth, the shopping complex has become, for many residents in Kenya's capital, a symbol of misery.
People are patiently waiting for results from the first democratic parliamentary elections since its independence.
There is a growing view from Nairobi that al-Shabab’s Westgate Mall attack was an act of desperation
Kenya and Somalia face challenge of figuring out how to defeat an organisation in "an intelligence war".
Kenyans ask how intelligence services could have been oblivious to such a well-planned operation.
Opposition says there are major problems with the electoral roll and accuses president's party of vote-meddling.
International response to the pleas for aid aimed at Namibia's drought-stricken communities have fallen short