- Tickets for two-thirds of World Cup games sold out Updated: Apr-15-14 4:38 pm
- UN: militias attack fleeing Central Africans Updated: Apr-11-14 8:32 am
- Spring surge: Africans risk lives to reach Europe Updated: Apr-09-14 6:04 am
- Finke eying collective success for Cameroon Updated: Apr-08-14 5:07 am
- 5 Cameroon players to watch at the World Cup Updated: Apr-08-14 5:07 am
- At home, Brazil clear favorite to win Group A Updated: Apr-08-14 5:07 am
- Cameroon looking for redemption at World Cup Updated: Apr-08-14 5:05 am
- 2 priests, Canadian nun abducted in Cameroon Updated: Apr-05-14 11:37 am
- IMF reaches agreement with C. African Republic Updated: Apr-03-14 1:23 pm
SAO PAULO - Tickets for nearly two-thirds of the World Cup matches were sold out within hours of FIFA opening the final online sales phase on Tuesday.
GENEVA - The U.N. refugee agency says Christian militias in Central African Republic are attacking people trying to flee the country, forcing them to take more dangerous routes across the border.
MELILLA, Spain - They perched atop a barbed-wire laced fence for more than seven hours, hands and feet bloodied, buffeted by chill winds whipping the cliffs of Africa's Mediterranean coast.
DOUALA, Cameroon - Although Volker Finke's appointment as national team coach was surrounded by controversy in football-loving Cameroon, the "Finke Method" has already started to pay off.
DOUALA, Cameroon - Samuel Eto'o leads the way, and with him go Cameroon's chances at the World Cup.
SAO PAULO - Playing in front of its own fans, Brazil is expected to easily advance from Group A, leaving Croatia, Mexico and Cameroon fighting for the other spot in the second round.
DOUALA, Cameroon - Unified again and yearning for another deep run at the World Cup, Cameroon is looking recapture the good old days.
ROME - Armed groups on Saturday abducted two Italian priests and a Canadian nun working as missionaries in northern Cameroon, Italy's government and Catholic church officials said.
BANGUI, Central African Republic - The International Monetary Fund says it has reached an agreement with authorities from Central African Republic that could see the Bangui government receiving more than $21 million this year to shore up its battered economy.