With new leaders in North and South Korea, is reunification a real possibility?
Terrorist attacks in Nairobi have sparked calls for Somali refugees living in the Kenya to be sent back to refugee camps.
In the elections in December, Japan voted in the conservative Liberal Democratic Party, making Shinzo Abe the Prime Minister.
The roads in Uganda have been neglected by the government for decades, and seemingly so has the rest of the society.
A controversial decision has been made by the Israeli election committee to ban Palestinian Israeli politician Haneen Zoabi, from running in the Israeli national elections in January. The committee decided to ban Zoabi, who currently holds a seat in the Read on! →
The East African Community (EAC) has failed to meet its 2012 target of agreeing on the formation of a monetary union.
Why Sudan’s economic problems – not its political ones – may pose the greatest threat to al-Bashir’s regime.
Another shooting in the US has raised the question of gun control again, with pressure from both sides.
Religion is a controversial subject in Nigeria as Muslims and Christians clash, but it seems that isn’t the only religious conflict in the country.