17 Photos - Jun 21, 2012
Photo: The Congo River is the world's deepest river, with depths surpassing 250 meters in some places. The 4,690 kilometer long river originates in the highlands of Zambia, flowing northwest and gradually bending south towards Brazzavile and Kinshasa and the Atlantic Ocean. The Congo has the world's second greatest discharge rate, emptying about 43,300 cubic meters of water into the Atlantic each second.Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Makay Mohamed Aden is 9 months pregnant. She lives in Somalia.

Save the Children's 15th annual State of the World's Mothers report examines the impact of humanitarian crises on maternal, newborn and child survival in countries consistently ranked as the most difficult places to be a mother.Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: A railway track used to transport coal from a mine in Moatize to the port in Beira, Mozambique.Photo: Photo: Photo: #AfricaDayPhoto: #WithRefugees June 20 commemorates the strength, courage, and resilience of millions of refugees. — at A refugee camp in Tanzania.Photo: Photo: