JUBA (Reuters) - South Sudanese President Salva Kiir has suspended two key ministers in a fraud investigation, the government said on Wednesday. Full story
MOGADISHU (Reuters) - Islamist militants carried out a deadly assault on the main U.N. compound in the Somali capital on Wednesday, dealing a blow to fragile security gains that have allowed a slow return of foreign aid workers and diplomats. Full story
KINSHASA (Reuters) - Once the leafy art-deco jewel of the Belgian Congo and later the buzzing cultural heart of dictator Mobutu Sese Seko's Zaire, Kinshasa has become a playground for violent gangs sowing fear and transforming swathes of the city into "no-go" zones. Full story
MAIDUGURI (Reuters) - Nigeria's military banned the use of Thuraya satellite phones on Wednesday in northeastern Borno state, a step it said was designed to stop Islamist militants communicating. Full story
MAPUTO (Reuters) - The Renamo opposition party, a former guerrilla organization, threatened on Wednesday to paralyze the only railway line out of Mozambique's vast coalfields in an effort to hurt the government. Full story
Somali immigrant faces charges in daughter's death after treating her burns with cocoa butter mixed with powdered acetaminophen. KPRC's Jennifer Bauer reports.
Martin Bashir reminds his audience of how newly elected – and recently freed – Nelson Mandela, now ailing in a South Africa hospital, used a jersey and the game of rugby to help the country’s white and black citizens reconcile their shared apartheid past.
Chris Hayes talks about the new documentary "Dirty Wars" with Jeremy Scahill.
Melissa Harris-Perry follows up with Katie Meyler, founder of “More Than Me," a nonprofit that helps girls get off the streets and into schools in one of the poorest slums in the world in Liberia, West Africa.
Rodolfo Martell, BlackRock, provides strategies for investing in growing economies such as Brazil, Korea, Taiwan and South Africa.