“I want to see Yahya Jammeh jailed and prosecuted in this country. Justice will finally come.”
Makes you proud to be British.
Will the EU's contemplation of Australia's "solution" to the migration crisis, denying all those rescued at sea the right to settle, end in "shameful consequences"?
Addis Ababa is too important a place to sideline over a small matter like democracy.
Tourists, central to the livelihood of tribesmen in the Sinai desert, have stopped travelling to the area due to unrest and terror.
Hundreds of thousands of Somali refugees have fled Al-Shabab across the border. But in Kenya, they face racial profiling, police searches and the constant threat of repatriation.
The government’s divide-and-rule strategy seems to be working and there are rumours the police have drawn up a “kill list”.
The death of Shaimaa al-Sabbagh sent shockwaves through Egypt’s left. Now, with elections postponed again, the movement is at an impasse.
“A revolution is basically a human change, not a political one,” he says. “People are no longer the Egyptians they were under Mubarak.”
Removing symbols of the past is an ineffective form of protest.
Ruling president peacefully concedes power to opponent after loss.
No country has ever left the EU before, so there's no map for where we're going.
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