The progress and challenges of Nigerian communities rebuilding after Boko Haram’s insurgency begins to wane.
In 2015 the government's Gateway programme offered 750 refugees the chance to resettle in the UK. Our writer followed one family for six months as they made the journey to England. This article won the feature writing prize at the Amnesty Media Awards in November 2016.
We don't see a third term as a danger sign when it's Margaret Thatcher or Tony Blair - so why do we see it as one in the Congo?
Artists are attempting to resurrect a piece of cultural history that has been buried, but also highlight the difficulty experienced by black people in Putin’s Russia.
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?
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