Author

 
David Clarke

David Clarke

    Nets protect World Cup fans from Durban's sharks
    Nets protect World Cup fans from Durban's sharks
    The boat speeds out of Durban's port before dawn carrying men with a crucial job: checking the nets that keep sharks at bay each day before...
    Eritrea wants peaceful Somalia, denies meddling
    Eritrea wants peaceful Somalia, denies meddling
    Eritrea wants a peaceful and united Somalia and believes now is the best time in nearly two decades to foster genuine political dialogue involving...
    Guinean soldiers accused of human rights abuses
    Guinean soldiers accused of human rights abuses
    Guinea's new military junta must rein in soldiers who have carried out armed robbery, extortion and rape since the new government took power in a...
    Islamist leader wins Somali presidency
    Islamist leader wins Somali presidency
    Somalia's moderate Islamist leader Sheikh Sharif Ahmed won the presidency on Saturday and vowed to end conflict in the Horn of Africa nation, make...
    Time for Somalis to compromise, says UN envoy
    Time for Somalis to compromise, says UN envoy
    It is time for feuding Somalis to ditch the concept of winner takes all and seek compromise to try and end nearly 20 years of conflict, the United...
    BA cancels flights as chaos persists at Heathrow T5
    BA cancels flights as chaos persists at Heathrow T5
    British Airways cancelled a fifth of flights from its new $8,6-billion terminal five (T5) at Heathrow on Friday as the chaos from its shambolic...
    Tutu: Mugabe needs face-saving options
    Tutu: Mugabe needs face-saving options
    South African Nobel peace prize laureate Desmond Tutu said on Wednesday Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe needed face-saving options for there to...
    Blair pays final visit to Iraq
    Blair pays final visit to Iraq
    Britain's Tony Blair, on his last visit to Iraq as prime minister, said on Saturday he had no regrets about his part in the United States-led...
    UK says Iran row at critical stage
    UK says Iran row at critical stage
    Britain said on Tuesday the way was open for diplomacy to secure the release of 15 British sailors and marines seized by Iran in the Gulf, but the...
    Israeli forces push into Lebanon
    Israeli forces push into Lebanon
    Israeli forces thrust into southern Lebanon on Tuesday and pounded towns and villages, meeting fierce resistance from Hezbollah guerrillas who...