Hiba Morgan

Hiba Morgan

Africa

Cameroon displaced speak of death, displacement, trauma

Internally displaced English speakers from western Cameroon find themselves stranded in their own country, afraid to go home, as the violence continues.

Cameroon displaced speak of death, displacement, trauma

Cameroon

Cameroon election: Polls closes, vote counting under way

Can Cameroon's longtime leader cling to power when parts of the country are undergoing a separatist rebellion?

Cameroon election: Polls closes, vote counting under way

Middle East

Morocco's teachers debate: Classical Arabic or local dialect

Educators in Morocco are asking what language is more important to be taught in schools.

Morocco's teachers debate: Classical Arabic or local dialect

Middle East

Tunisia president ends alliance with Ennahdha religious party

There are fears that growing government divisions division could throw the country into economic and political turmoil.

Tunisia president ends alliance with Ennahdha religious party

Middle East

Overpopulation and neglect threatens iconic Algiers Casbah

It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, but why is the future of Algeria's famous Casbah not looking so rosy?

Overpopulation and neglect threatens iconic Algiers Casbah

The Hague

Dominic Ongwen ICC trial: Child victim or war criminal?

Defence lawyers for former Ugandan warlord Dominic Ongwen, on trial for war crimes at The Hague are presenting him as a victim of the LRA's crimes, not their architect.

Dominic Ongwen ICC trial: Child victim or war criminal?

Africa

South Sudan war crimes: UN calling for forming hybrid court

After the peace deal, the UN is calling for a hybrid court to address the ethnic cleansing, sexual violence and use of child soldiers expected in a report from its human rights arm later on Monday.

South Sudan war crimes: UN calling for forming hybrid court

Africa

Millions in South Sudan surviving on food aid

Aid organisations say the fighting makes reaching those in need difficult.

Millions in South Sudan surviving on food aid

Sudan

Heavy rain in Sudan kills half a dozen people

Flash floods in eastern Sudan have destroyed 7,000 homes and left thousands more damaged in addition to the loss of life.

Heavy rain in Sudan kills half a dozen people

Africa

Reuniting displaced South Sudanese children with their families

Thousands of children separated from their families as they fled the violence in South Sudan are still waiting to be reunited with them.

Reuniting displaced South Sudanese children with their families

Africa

'Sick and hungry': Human cost of South Sudan's civil war

With violence and the rainy season slowing aid operations, there are now concerns that preventable diseases caused by lack of food will instead become fatal.

'Sick and hungry': Human cost of South Sudan's civil war

Humanitarian crises

South Sudan: Aid agencies struggle to reach those in need

Recent fighting between government and opposition forces has exacerbated the existing crisis with the number of people needing aid expected to reach seven million.

South Sudan: Aid agencies struggle to reach those in need