France’s president told relatives on the 60th anniversary of the 1961 protest by Algerians that ‘crimes’ were committed.
Experts say judge leading probe into Beirut port explosion rattled country simply by challenging systemic impunity.
Thousands protest in DR Congo to demand neutral poll body
Demonstrations were sparked by concerns over the independence of the electoral commission.
Syrian gov’t shelling of rebel-held Idlib region kills 4
Attacks come after repeated violations of a truce reached in March last year.
From: Inside Story
Exhibition looking at legacy of colonialism – and role it played in birth of climate change – has opened in London.
Iranian court upholds new jail term for Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe
Iranian British woman was handed a new one-year jail sentence after spending five years in prison.
US offers to pay families of Afghans killed in drone attack
Washington also pledges to help family members who were interested to relocate to the US following botched operation.
Sudan PM says ‘serious crisis’ a threat to transition and country
Abdalla Hamdok presents steps to end what he calls ‘worst and most dangerous’ political crisis in two-year transition.
From: The Stream
The Stream looks at what’s behind changing attitudes.