Africa

Oriel College's Rhodes statue just a red herring

British students need to turn their attention to the glaring inequalities that persist in society rather than focus on removing old statues.

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Chained like prisoners

People with mental health conditions in Somaliland are being forced into institutions where they face abuses such as beatings and overcrowding.

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Kenya and the tradition of homophobic violence

For many LGBT people in Kenya, safety is a daily concern and the limited response by authorities means violence continues with impunity.

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Gambia: Two decades of fear and repression revealed

An HRW report details how Gambia’s government commits serious human rights violations against perceived critics and political opponents.

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Child mortality declining in Niger

A Nigerien blogger visits villages in Niger, investigating whether child mortality rates have improved since the commitment to the MDGs in 2000.

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Bosco Ntaganda’s blood-stained path to the ICC

After evading justice for nine years, DRC rebel commander Bosco Ntaganda is facing the ICC on charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity.

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Detained for a dream: Inhumane treatment in Malawi's prisons

Hundreds of African foreign nationals are detained in Malawi’s central prisons for months on end while trying to make the challenging journey to South Africa