Kenya and Tanzania in tense livestock movement-triggered diplomatic tiff

By Staff Reporter TANZANIA’s President John Magufuli has blurted out that his nation is not a grazing ground for animals from other countries after Kenyan government authorities

Mnangagwa repudiates Dislayalty to Mugabe, hits out at First Family

Zimbabwe’s fired vice-president Emmerson Mnangagwa has repudiated allegations of disloyalty to President Robert Mugabe and the ruling party, ZANU-PF, and has instead hit out at the first

Zuma’s only interest is to keep himself out of prison, says SA’s ex-intelligence minister

By Staff Reporter SOUTH Africa’s former intelligence minister and Umkhonto we Sizwe veteran, Ronnie Kasrils says although President Jacob Zuma publicly portrays himself as a simple man

Temer is ‘Selling Resources’ That Aren’t His: Dilma Rousseff

Dilma noted that democracy is the only means by which the people of Brazil can defend their resources and social projects. “The government that's come to power

Saudi Arabia princes detained, ministers dismissed for corruption

Saudi Arabia has dismissed a number of senior ministers and detained nearly a dozen princes in an investigation by a new anti-corruption committee, state media reported on

The report, which Reuters reviewed, showed that the government is “gravely deficient” in its anti-corruption plan.

A new report reviewed by Reuters indicates that the Mexican government is not doing enough to combat corruption within the country. The 321 page report showed that

The Right to Education for Refugees

From Fawaz’s home in a makeshift refugee camp just across the border from Syria, where he lives with his now-displaced family, one danger has been traded for