Tunisia has sealed its main border with Libya after thousands of stranded Egyptian and foreign nationals tried to penetrate the passage, whilst fleeing continuous conflict in Libya
Consent is not always clear-cut. It should be, but sometimes it’s not. In my friend’s view, no doesn’t always mean no. Sometimes it means persuade me. And that for me is where the challenge lies. When does coercion become rape?
Over 30 people have been killed in clashes in the desert of northern Mali, the army and Tuareg rebels said, only days before the commencement of internationally-brokered peace talks
Aggrieved voters torched a building set to be used as a voting station outside the capital Blantyre on Tuesday, Nyasa Times reported
France has in a statement vowed to “do all to uncover the truth… and will not leave this unpunished” after Islamist group claimed to have killed captive French citizen, according to AFP
With so much media attention on the Oscar Pistorius case, you’d be forgiven for thinking the killing of women by their partners is a rare occurrence in South Africa. It’s not. Are murder victims only newsworthy if they’re white or famous?