Category Archives: Legal Judicial

Ministers seek to Reinforce Drive to Cut Libya Arms Supplies

MUNICH, GERMANY – Foreign ministers and other top officials from about a dozen countries gathered Sunday in Germany to keep up the push for peace in Libya after countries with interests in its long-running civil war agreed to respect a …

Algeria Marks One-year Anniversary of Anti-government Protests

PARIS – Algeria is marking the one-year anniversary this week of its massive popular uprising pretty much the way it started with more street protests and a sense that demands for fundamental political change remain unmet.

The political landscape has …

Kiir Blames Envoys for Lack of Deal on South Sudanese States

JUBA , SOUTH SUDAN – South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir has accused several foreign envoys of bias against his government, as the envoys try to help Kiir and the opposition strike a deal on the number of states in the …

Who’s behind the violence in Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado?

In pictures, the young men pose on pick-up trucks with rocket-propelled grenades and the black-and-white flag of the so-called Islamic State (IS). In weekly magazines, members of IS attribute attacks by the youngsters to soldiers of the caliphate.

But on …

Who’s behind the violence in Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado?

In pictures, the young men pose on pick-up trucks with rocket-propelled grenades and the black-and-white flag of the so-called Islamic State (IS). In weekly magazines, members of IS attribute attacks by the youngsters to soldiers of the caliphate.

But on …

Voting Begins in Cameroon French Areas, Timid in English Zones

YAOUNDE, CAMEROON – Local and parliamentary elections have begun successfully in French-speaking areas of Cameroon but things are slow going in the English-speaking zones of the central African country where separatists fighters warned residents not to vote. Several election staff …