Lawyers and family members of a Russian detainee—who is now being held in the UAE—say he should not be sent home to Russia as he may be tortured or killed.
Clair MacDougall is an independent journalist and writer who reports throughout Africa and is now based in the Sahel region, reporting on the security and humanitarian crisis.
It’s not just in Nigeria or Sudan that young women are abused. The “short-time girls” of Monrovia are victims of a culture that accepts their rape, their prostitution and their pain.
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Liberia’s president and Africa’s first female head of state, yet again stands accused of nepotism, this time by members of her own party.
Liberia wrestles with whether to prosecute Liberia's former warlords in the wake of Hague trial.