African lawyers meeting in Madrid say international courts are seen as biased. This perception undermines local African justice reform efforts.
During her visit today, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is expected to say that stronger relations with the US will depend on better, cleaner governance.
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie offers a dozen short stories about Nigerians caught in the pull between Nigeria and the West.
The rebel group MEND agreed last week to a 60-day truce, during which it will stop sabataging oil infrastructure and fighting government troops in the Niger Delta region.
Just hours after announcing a unilateral 60-day ceasefire with the government, the rebels threatened to end it.
Despite the settlement, the oil firm denies complicity in the former military government's execution of antidrilling activists in the mid-1990s. Activists say the case is 'an important first step' toward justice in the region.
The Treasury readies $1 trillion to buoy faltering properties.
His wife may not agree, but he has been called an 'angel' and a 'star.'
A discussion with the Harvard Internet scholar on how to stumble upon the Web’s gems.
Pragmatism gains over ideology, but some freedoms wane, new reports indicate.