On Friday night, almost as quickly as he came to power, Yahya Jammeh announced he was leaving.
President Yahya Jammeh has "accepted defeat" in elections after more than 22 years in power in Gambia, the head of the country's election commission said Friday. The longtime leader was expected to address the nation later in the day.
At least 200,000 conservative Muslims rallied peacefully in the Indonesian capital on Friday in the second major protest against its minority Christian governor, who is being prosecuted for alleged blasphemy.
The latest attempt in the long, frustrating search for a vaccine against HIV began in South Africa on Wednesday, as scientists test a beefed-up version of the only shot ever to show a glimmer of protection.
On World AIDS Day, we take a look at a typical day for Alice, who is Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières' (MSF) project coordinator at the Epworth Clinic on Harare's outskirts.
Partners In Health releases a statement about HIV around the world, for World AIDS Day.
Ahmed spoke to the AP on condition that his full name not be used, details of his life not be given and his face not be shown in photos, a sign of how overwhelming HIV stigma remains in Egypt.
A new report from The Washington Post claims says a German spy who was arrested two weeks ago, after being caught helping Islamic militants in a "digital hideout" to "infiltrate his agency's defense to stage a strike," was once a gay porn actor.
The first-ever U.N. independent expert selected to investigate violence and discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people is vowing to forge ahead with wide-ranging investigations despite formidable opposition to his appointment.
Disney's animated movie "Moana" debuted to critical acclaim and box office success over the Thanksgiving weekend, but some people in the South Pacific dislike how it depicts their culture.