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The British special forces soldier enters the building in Nairobi, Kenya, carrying his modified colt Canada rifle.

Pictured: The moment lone hero SAS trooper stormed into Kenyan hotel and exchanged fire with Islamist terrorists who slaughtered 21 – then helped free terrified survivors

At least 214 people have died in the DRC's current Ebola outbreak and 366 people have caught the virus, which is highly contagious and incurable.

Ebola death toll rises to 214 in Democratic Republic of the Congo as health workers are forced to stop fighting the deadly virus when their hotel is hit by a shell in armed rebel attack.

An elephant grazing in Kimana Conservancy, Kenya.

Are electric fences really the best way to solve human-elephant land conflicts? (Jack: The lead column is interesting but keep reading and watch the video. There’s a better solution.)

This undated colorized transmission of an electron micrograph file image made available by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows an Ebola virus virion.

Outbreak in DR Congo claims 90 lives: New cases of Ebola in urban areas of the Democratic Republic of Congo show the outbreak is not yet under control.

Farmers are taking fewer risks.

South Africa in Recession After Land Threat: ‘Shocking Drop in Agriculture’

South Africa farm seizures: The proposal was announced by Cyril Ramaphosa.

South Africa farm seizures: Government policy could destroy the country, warn experts.

There has been an angry backlash against the president's reforms.

South Africa on brink of ‘ANARCHY’ as president demands white farmers’ land is SEIZED

"My body, my choice! #TheTotalShutDown #TotalShutdown #IWillMarch Our bodies are not your crime scenes!"

#TotalShutdown: Thousands of Women in South Africa March Against Gender Violence

In 2016, the reserve saw three of its rhinos shot dead by poachers who broke into the reserve to cut off their horns.

‘Gang’ of rhino poachers mauled to death by pride of lions after breaking into game reserve.

White South African farmers will be removed from their land after a landslide vote in parliament.

‘We are not calling for the slaughter of white people – at least for now’: South African parliament votes to SEIZE white-owned land as experts warn of violent repercussions.