Nigeria is treating the suffering of citizens internally displaced by Boko Haram in its northeast as if they are in a distant country.
Radicals don’t wake up one day and join Isis or Al Shabaab. Extremism fills a gap; preying on people who feel lost, confused and excluded from society.
The South African president, the country’s economy and even the future stability of the political system, are now in question.
Ben Rawlence's new book is an affecting foray into the minds of some of Dadaab's 500,000 residents - and a reminder that international officials must not forget them.
We are grieving – but above all, we are furious about the manner of his death.
A speech by the former cabinet minister on whether the ANC can reclaim the vision of a "rainbow nation".
There are warnings that the humanitarian caseload could exceed the Syrian crisis.
What happens to Pistorius now? And what are the legal implications?
The internal jousting to suceed Mugabe at the top is well underway - but there is little prospect of Zanu-PF losing its grip on power.
The judge ruled that the athlete did, in fact, murder girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
Newly-released documents show that in 1985, the PM wrote to the Foreign Office seeking action on the Marxist and pro-Soviet regime in Ethiopia.
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