Former Liberian president Charles Taylor's 50-year prison sentence has been upheld, making it likely that he'll spend the rest of his life in jail.
Julian Assange may have lost his appeal against being extradited to Sweden to face rape charges, but his legal battle in Britain isn't over just yet.
Convicted war criminal Charles Taylor has accused the international community of selectively targeting African heads of state with prosecutions.
Charles Taylor's 50-year sentence for war crimes shows that no man is above the law, writes Owen Bowcott.
A case by former subjects of Her Majesty's British Empire has unearthed awful truths, deliberately hidden, of atrocities in African countries.
Two men who posted messages on Facebook inciting other people to riot in their home towns have been sentenced to four years each in prison.
Four Kenyans who claimed they were tortured at the hands of British colonial officials during the Mau Mau insurgency have won the right to sue.
The UN should set up a commission to look at the conflicts between privacy and freedom of expression on the internet because the issue is global.
As many as 320 000 people in the north of the country have been displaced by the LRA as it extends its abduction and terror raids.
The first priority for the new president, naturally, will be the court. Not the Supreme Court, but the basketball court.