Government officials may face criminal charges for failing to arrest Sudan's president for war crimes
American starts world's first crowdfunding page to set up a kingdom in northeast Africa
Nigeria's population is expected to surpass the US by 2050. Where else will the continent grow?
Death sentence for apostasy overturned as Meriam Ibrahim is given her freedom
'We'll believe it when we see it', says legal team defending Meriam Ibrahim against apostasy charge
'My body is burning,' Eritrean torture victim tells Radio 4 Today after desert kidnapping
Was Israeli attack on Khartoum missile plant a 'dry run' for Iran – or a memo to the next US President?
From the Sunday papers: from Pippa’s new squeeze to the vanishing Dulux dog
All non-essential staff withdrawn from Tunisia and Sudan embassies as Muslim leader calls for calm
Data-stealing virus has been lurking undetected in Middle East computers for up to five years
Lubna Hussein gives up UN protection to make a stand on behalf of Sudan's oppressed women
Darfuri children’s drawings of Janjaweed violence are to be used as evidence of war crimes. But haven’t children always drawn pictures of war?