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Hague war crimes court to issue first ever verdict

The Hague international war crimes court hands down its first verdict, on a Congolese warlord, on Wednesday after almost a decade of work limited largely to Africa while major cases in the Middle East and Asia remain beyond its reach. Click here to read full story

Mali neighbours threaten force to reverse coup

Mali’s neighbours threatened on Tuesday to use sanctions and a readiness to use military force to dislodge the army leaders behind last week’s coup, urging them to quickly hand back power to civilian rulers. Click here to read full story

Japan expels ambassador

The Japanese government has expelled the Syrian ambassador in Tokyo, Mohamed Ghassan Al Habash. al Habash has been asked to leave the country as soon as possible. Click here to read full story

Annan quits as Syria peace envoy

Secretary-General Kofi Annan is stepping down as the U.N.-Arab League mediator in the 17-month-old Syria conflict at the end of the month, U.N. chief Ban Ki-moon said in a statement on Thursday. Click here to read full story

Charles Taylor trail continues

Lawyers representing former Liberian President, Charles Taylor, today will continue to plead with the Judges at the Hague. Click here to read full story

Former Congolese president implicated at ICC

Congolese warlord, Thomas Lubanga has been sentenced to 14 years by the International Criminal Court for recruiting child soldiers. Click here to read full story

Abdoulaye Wade, former leader of Senegal, makes return home

Senegal’s former President Abdoulaye Wade will return to the West African nation tomorrow for the first time since losing the 2012 elections. The 87 year old was expected back yesterday, but he has been delayed due to problems with his flight in Morocco. Wade has been living in France for the past two years, but Read More

VIDEO: What is 'beauty' in Africa?

As Kenyan actress Lupita Nyong’o is named the world’s most beautiful person a new documentary explores the beauty debate from an African perspective. Click here to read full story

VIDEO: Film features plight of African park

The lethal realities of life in Virunga National Park are the subject of a British documentary which has just had its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York. Click here to read full story

Renard plays down links to Morocco

Sochaux coach Herve Renard says his priority is to remain in Europe, playing down reports he is being lined up to take charge of Morocco. Click here to read full story

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