Photos from the launch of the Cord Coalition election campaign at a rally in Uhuru Park, Nairobi on the 30th January. Read on! →
The NY SAFE legislation is the first law since the Sandy Hook shooting to tighten gun ownership, but it comes in the middle of a bitter political fight.
The 29th Africa Cup of Nations (CAN), which begun on 19 January when hosts South Africa took on debutants Cape Verde, will attract a record global audience. In 1957, just three teams, Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt, took part in the Read on! →
Rwanda has been the most successful country in East Africa in stamping out the graft culture, but is it at the cost of freedom?
There is no expectation of peace in the near future as the Syrian President refuses to step down and to create a transitional governing body.
The last six decades has seen Christian populations plummet in Palestine. What is causing this mass exodus from this Christian landmark?
There has been relative peace in Sri Lanka since the civil war ended between Tamils and government forces, but discrimination is still rife.
The religious violence in Nigeria’s fractured Northern region has worsened, yet Goodluck Jonathan’s government still doesn’t have a rescue plan
Negotiations between the M23 rebels and the Kinshasa government have resumed today, after they were suspended over Christmas.
How has an ancient set of chess pieces become embroiled in the movement for Scottish Independence?