The historic agreement on a loss and damage fund was overshadowed by lack of progress on phasing out fossil fuels.
How are Wikipedia pages about contentious events put together? Heather Ford discovered a hotbed of passion, a rotating pack of editors and a struggle for power behind its mirage of neutrality.
As the Grand Egyptian Museum begins welcoming visitors ahead of its opening in 2023, one object remains conspicuously absent.
An expert in climate justice reports from Sharm El Sheikh.
The agreed loss and damage fund was a breakthrough in an otherwise inconclusive conference.
Activists aren’t necessarily more aggressive than in the past, but they are using creative and sometime shocking new tactics that quickly go viral.
Eight countries are projected to be behind 50% of the growth in population over the next three decades. Five are in Africa.
Many people accept the Egyptian government’s restrictions on freedoms, for a variety of conflicting reasons.
Stronger pledges, more climate finance, and payments for loss and damage.
The discovery of Tutankhamun’s ancient Egyptian tomb in 1922 thrilled the world. But people know more about rumours of a curse than the amazing things science revealed about the boy king.
The discovery of his tomb full of magnificent and unique objects is more than a story of treasures. It’s also a story of class, privilege, colonialism, political freedom and national identity.
Africans are adopting podcasting as a way of telling their own stories. In one class in Egypt, this took a feminist turn.
The mega dam in Jinja was meant to give Uganda energy independence, but this was constrained by Britain’s agricultural interests in Egypt.
Remember hearing about COP26 in Glasgow last year? There’s a lot at stake in this year’s climate summit, so here’s your essential guide to prepare.
Resorts around the world are looking to attract travellers from other countries to replace Russian travellers.
New towns have had a better track record in places of rapid economic and population growth, such as east Asian countries.
Russia is trying to normalise an international order where might makes right. And democracy and respect for human rights are optional.
The dam has helped to shift longstanding power relationships and could pave the way for more cooperation among all the countries that depend on the Nile.
Five essential reads on Russia’s relationship with Africa.
The Caf African Player of the Year is named on 21 July – but it’s only one of eight trophies being handed out.