KILLING OF WHITE FARMER BECOMES A FLASH POINT IN SOUTH AFRICA
Outside a court hearing for two Black suspects in a murder case, white Afrikaners nostalgic for the apartheid era and Black protesters angry that whites still own most farmland squared off.
TRUMP'S TWEETS ON TROOP WITHDRAWALS UNNERVE PENTAGON
The president's demands to draw down forces in Afghanistan, Somalia and Syria seek to fulfill a campaign promise. But officials warn rapid troop reductions could bolster adversaries.
MOUNT KILIMANJARO FIRES THREATEN A DIVERSE ECOSYSTEM
Strong winds and dry weather have hampered efforts to extinguish the spreading blaze on Africa's highest peak.