Gregory Warner

Gregory Warner appears in the following:

Should You Stock Up On Chocolate Bars Because Of Ebola?

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

The virus has already caused one spike in chocolate prices, because cocoa is grown in countries that border Ebola-stricken Liberia and Guinea. Prices went back down — for the moment.


Kenyan President Faces Charges Of Crimes Against Humanity

Wednesday, October 08, 2014

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta appeared Wednesday before the International Criminal Court in the Hague. He is the first sitting president to appear before the court.


Africa's 'Switzerland' Bans Ebola — But At What Cost?

Wednesday, October 01, 2014

Mauritius won't let in anyone who's been to an Ebola-affected country over the past 60 days. That mindset won't stop the outbreak. But it could deal a blow to the Pan-African economy.


Africans Are Introduced To The Blood Pressure Cuff

Sunday, September 14, 2014

Esther Okaya is one of a growing number of Africans suffering from hypertension. New efforts to fight the condition include a $1 bonus for health workers who identify and bring in a patient.

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In Strange Twist, Kenyans March For Police Officer Accused Of Murder

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

In a land where police have a reputation for corruption and violence, Titus Musila is a rare officer who is popular. Now that he's accused of a vigilante killing, residents have rallied around him.


U.S. Airstrikes Might Narrow Aims Of Somalia's Leading Jihadi Group

Wednesday, September 03, 2014

U.S. airstrikes in Somalia this week targeted leaders of the al-Shabaab Islamist militant group. The group has claimed responsibility for many bombings in Somalia, as well as the 2013 attack on neighboring Kenya's Westgate mall. What could the death of al-Shabaab's leader mean for the group?


Economic Impact Of Ebola Crisis Spreads Across Africa

Monday, September 01, 2014

Ebola has exposed weaknesses in Africa's health networks and a failure to work together to arrest the spread of the virus. The "not our problem" response is taking an economic toll on the continent.


When Do Food Shortages Become A Famine? There's A Formula For That

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

The U.S. government has a detailed and technical system for determining a famine. But conditions in South Sudan make it extremely difficult to assess just how dire the situation is.


Often On The Move, Restless Elephants Are Tough To Count — And Keep Safe

Monday, August 18, 2014

A recent study tried to pin down just how many elephants have been killed by poachers. It's a lot — enough to eventually eliminate the species — but pinning down an exact death toll is difficult. The reason elephants are so hard to protect is the same that makes them so hard to count: They roam — exceptionally far.


Fleeing War And Finding Work

Friday, August 15, 2014

Most countries in the developing world won't let refugees work. But Uganda is trying something different.

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Kenyan Health Workers Fear Ebola May Take Flight

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Kenya's international airport is on high alert, since the Kenya Medical Association has called on the national airline to suspend flights due to concerns over the Ebola outbreak.


How Anti-Bribery Laws In Europe Are Bringing U.S. Investors To Africa

Wednesday, August 06, 2014

The U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit has brought together scores of African leaders and American businessmen. Billions of dollars of investments have been announced this week. While Africa is becoming attractive to investors, some countries are drawing more attention than others.


Shadow Events Hope To Skim Some Attention From U.S.-Africa Summit

Tuesday, August 05, 2014

While the U.S.-African Leaders Summit has aimed to facilitate meetings between American companies and African leaders, it's also provided an opportunity for smaller investors to make contacts and for human rights workers to try to get their voices heard.


African Leaders: No One Country Can Stop Elephant Poaching

Tuesday, August 05, 2014

African leaders are looking for new ways to break up wildlife trafficking. They say they need to coordinate among themselves and get items like helicopters and night-vision goggles from the West.


Africa's Leaders Aim To Change Perception Of The Continent

Sunday, August 03, 2014

Scores of African leaders gather in Washington this week at an unprecedented summit organized by President Obama. The goal: Get the U.S. invested in Africa, and shape a new narrative along the way.


Met Opera's Union Lockout Postponed; Financial Analysis To Come

Sunday, August 03, 2014

The drama continues. For months now, unions have been negotiating with the Metropolitan Opera's leadership over compensation and benefits; employees also accuse the Met of financial mismanagement.


Western Countries Issue Warnings; Kenyan Tourism Gets Pummeled

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Kenya is heavily reliant on tourism, but advisories by the U.S., Britain and others have contributed to fewer visitors and job losses. Kenyans say the West is punishing them as much as the terrorists.


Escaping South Sudan's Violence Often Means Going Hungry

Monday, June 09, 2014

The conflict in South Sudan pitting forces loyal to the president against those loyal to his erstwhile vice president is exacerbating what aid groups say is a potential hunger catastrophe.


With Swift, Quiet Moves, Nigerian Group Limits Religious Violence

Thursday, May 29, 2014

The town of Jos has been the scene of widespread Muslim-Christian killings for years. One group is now working — with some apparent success — to keep the violence from spiraling out of control.


Terrorist Group Suspected In Nigerian Attacks

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

An attack on the Nigerian city of Jos has killed at least 118 people. No group has claimed responsibility, but suspicion quickly fell on Boko Haram, the group now holding nearly 300 girls hostage.