South Sudan runs out of cash

South Sudan has run out of cash and the economy will not be fixed unless the ongoing civil war is brought to a halt. President Salva Kiir

Punish police for abusing villagers, AI asks Madagascar

By Staff Reporter Amnesty International has asked the Madagascar government t investigate and punish police officers that physically abused villagers last. On February 22 last year, police

Sexual misconduct allegation cases reduce at UN

By Web Master The United Nations received 138 allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse last year and nearly half were against peacekeeping missions, a report said on

Let’s colonise Mars to scape Third World War –  scientist

 Humans must prioritise the colonisation of Mars so the species can be conserved in the event of a third world war, SpaceX and Tesla founder Elon Musk said on Sunday.

Tunisia women march for equal inheritance rights

Tunisian women led a march by more than 1, 000 demonstrators on Saturday, including men, to demand equal inheritance rights for both sexes in the North African

US prosecutors seek death penalty for teenager

US prosecutors are seeking the death penalty for the teenager accused of killing 17 people at a Florida high school last month. Nikolas Cruz, 19, has admitted

Zimbabwean doctors strike over pay, drug shortages

Doctors at public hospitals across Zimbabwe have gone on strike and will not return to work until the government meets their demands for better pay and working