Wei Xinchen's relationship with a female classmate came to light when the 13-year-old's father discovered a message written on the wall above his son's dormitory bed. It was simple and to the point. "I love you. Let's apply for a wedding registration!"
Khartoum witnesses student demonstrations as cash-strapped government announces raft of austerity measures.-Harriet Martin Last Modified: 24 Jun 2012 10:41-Khartoum, Sudan - In a small roadside market in Khartoum, Ali is leaning across the piles of neatly
24 June 2012 Last updated at 14:37 GMT-The Muslim Brotherhood's Mohammed Mursi has been declared the winner of Egypt's presidential election run-off.-He won 51.73% of the vote, beating former PM Ahmed Shafiq, the Higher Presidential Election Commission said.
By Magdi Abdelhadi Middle East analyst- 23 June 2012 Last updated at 05:26 GMT Out in the desert to the east of the capital, Cairo, the Egyptian military has just finished building a massive new sports centre.
The economists today rule the countries-FrMar-By TEE NGUGI (email the author) -Posted Saturday, June 23 2012 at 20:27 -At the funeral of George Saitoti a few days ago, eulogy after eulogy described him as a man endowed with a great intellect.
Casus belli? FrMar-Turkey's Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said on Sunday that Syria shot down a Turkish military jet while it was flying in 'international airspace', as tensions sizzled between the two countries.
By Mairi Mackay, CNN-June 24, 2012 -- Updated 0057 GMT (0857 HKT)-London (CNN) -- It's a dark January evening, and in an anonymous townhouse near Paddington station, a man is talking about how to stage a revolution. A young Iranian asks a question:
By STEVE MKAWALE -MPs have launched a fresh bid to let colleagues without university degrees defend their seats in the General Election. In a desperate move to reverse a decision they made in Parliament last Thursday,
Updated Friday, June 22 2012 at 22:16 GMT+3-By Standard on Saturday team-Concern is growing over the safety of children in large impoverished families following a spate of domestic killings. More than a dozen children have been attacked or killed this year alone by parents struggling to take care of them in hard economic times.
By SUNDAY NATION CORRESPONDENT Posted Saturday, June 23 2012 at 21:5-“We do not negotiate with terrorists,” is now the predictable response by governments throughout the world to the question on how they are going to handle cases of their citizens