BY MUKESH KAPILA, 11 JUNE 2012- OPINION - The world cannot afford to ignore ongoing ethnic cleansing in Sudan's Nuba Mountains. Almost exactly one year ago, the latest bloody chapter in Nuba's tragic history was opened by Ahmed Haroun, who was appointed
Published: 12 Jun 12 16:15 CET-Berlin police have released a photograph of the English-speaking boy known as Ray, nearly a year after he showed up claiming to have no idea who he was and that he had been living in the German woods for five years.
By Sheila Naturinda (email the author) - Posted Tuesday, June 12 2012 at 00:00-Kampala-Global political leaders must halt arms supplies to DR Congo where they continue to fuel unlawful killings, rape, looting and abductions, an Amnesty International released today says.
12 June 2012 Last updated at 11:46 GMT-Kenya's prime minister has asked for help from the US and Europe in a "final onslaught" on the Somali port of Kismayo, the main stronghold of the Islamist militant group al-Shabab.
The story of a Congolese theatre student turned revolutionary who spent years in prison for a crime he did not commit.- Witness Last Modified: 29 May 2012 10:39-In 2002, Antoine Vumilia, a political officer in the regime of Laurent Kabila, the president of the Democratic
pdated Monday, June 11 2012 at 21:18 GMT+3-By STANDARD TEAM-Just what happened in the last five minutes when the helicopter that killed Internal Security minister Prof George Saitoti and five others was in the air?
BY DESNÉ MASIE, 11 JUNE 2012-ANALYSIS-The 2008 Financial crisis and the attendant Eurozone crisis are reshaping the future of global finance. But what are the implications of this for Africans? Why have financial institutions rushed to the aid of Greece,
Scripture: Matthew 5:13-16-16 Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father is in heaven.-Meditation: Jesus used ordinary images, such as salt and light, to convey extraordinary truths.
Beirut, Lebanon, Jun 11, 2012 / 05:41 pm (CNA).- An ultimatum from the Syrian armed opposition’s military chief caused over 1,000 Christians to flee the west Syrian town of Qusayr, adding to fears that believers may be forced out of Syria.
Mali could become a home for terrorist groups which could threaten the region, France's president has warned. Francois Hollande was reacting to the concerns of Niger's President Mahamadou Issoufou over information relating to Islamist groups.