Collectively the G7 nations have provided $1.7bn so far – just under 60% of their fair share.
Pressure is mounting on Cameroon's President Paul Biya to release the three students.
ICC prosecutor warned that acts of violence in Kasai could constitute "war crimes".
UN Refugee Agency warns refugees living in extremely tough conditions as aid funding dries up.
In spite of his age, Mugabe, who is 93, said he will stand in elections in 2018.
At least 22 people were killed and 59 wounded when a suicide bomber struck at a pop concert.
Police ignored court orders and went ahead with demolishing homes 'on behalf of Grace Mugabe'.
Warring parties have obstructed humanitarian aid to the rebel-held Nuba Mountains for years.
The announcement was made without a political deal with various ethnic militias fighting his troops
Deutsche Welle spokesman Christoph Jumpelt described the claims as "outrageous and baseless".
Draft reforms scrap the need for search warrants for serious offences and authorise night searches.
Hichilema has been in prison for 43 days on treason charges that carry the death penalty.
NYT says UN expert murdered in Kasai, Zaida Catalan, had collected the audio evidence on her laptop.
Three died in the outbreak in an isolated area and families are fleeing.
With 11,500 maternal deaths in 2015, Tanzania has one of the highest maternal mortality rates in the world.
Three died in the outbreak in an isolated area where transport and communication networks are limited.
Mass evasions come amid a surge in violence across a third of the Congolese territory.
Commentators accuse the government of framing Kamuina Nsapu militia group for the murders.
The massacres of the Namibian tribes became known as the first genocide of the 20th century.
Under Sharia, violating Islamic law requires punishment by whipping or stoning.
Members of the public were reportedly invited to take part in the stoning.
Operations follow Makala jail break where BDK cult leader escaped and ''hundreds'' died.
Initiative hoping to enable 1,000 women living one of the toughest places on earth to train as nurses.
President Museveni also wrote a letter to top security officials warning against the use of torture.
Prisoner exclusively tells IBTimes UK about mass escape from Makala maximum security prison in Kinshasa.
Three years after Uganda's anti-gay law was dropped discrimination is still widespread.
Memory Mucherahowa revealed all in his latest book about magic and soccer.
124 troops also killed in DRC government's military operations to quash the militiamen in Kasai.
Tony Gambino speaks exclusively to IBTimes UK about risks posed during Monusco protection shake-up.
Fears deep rift in the armed forces between mutineers and loyalists could end in a military standoff.