10 years ago a large group of West Africans tried to cross into Europe via Spain’s Canary Islands. Even though this route is now sealed off, the youngest generation of fishermen in Kayar still dreams of reaching Europe.
15 Mar 2016 13:13 GMT | Humanitarian crises, Africa, Senegal, Europe
As many as 50,000 have died in the two-year conflict, one official says, with violence continuing despite peace deal.
03 Mar 2016 12:40 GMT | War & Conflict, South Sudan, Riek Machar, Africa
Malian member of al-Qaeda-linked group Ansar al-Dine is accused of being involved in destroying historic Timbuktu sites.
02 Mar 2016 09:45 GMT | Mali, ICC, Africa, Arts & Culture, War & Conflict
Western firms turn blind eye as child miners toil in dangerous conditions for precious "battery" mineral, Amnesty says.
Fleur Launspach | 19 Jan 2016 16:05 GMT | Africa, Child labour, Democratic Republic of Congo, Amnesty International, Human Rights
Medical tests confirm new Ebola death in Sierra Leone, just hours after WHO declares West Africa free of the virus.
Fleur Launspach | 15 Jan 2016 11:24 GMT | Health, Environment, Humanitarian crises, Africa, Ebola
Hungary's foreign minister defends the country's refugee policy and challenges Europe's "political correctness".
Refugees, Politics, Europe
Protests in the streets and a battle of media narratives in Venezuela. Plus, the Greek newspaper with nine lives.
Media, Venezuela, Journalism
South Korean cuisine has taken the world by storm, but has the love for food transformed into an unhealthy obsession?
Food, South Korea, Asia Pacific
How teenage refugees from Syria and Iraq end up in Greek prisons, accused of trafficking illegal immigrants into Europe.
Desperate Journeys, Refugees, Greece