Bushmeat back on the menu as Ebola subsides

As the deadly outbreak of Ebola has subsided, people in several west African countries are flocking to eat bushmeat again after restrictions were lifted on the consumption of wild animals.

Ivory Coast, which neighbours two of the three countries where … Read the rest

The pale race to be next UN Secretary-General

The race to be the next Secretary-General of the UN has only pale front-runners. The Secretary-General is chosen by the Security Council.

Antonio Guterres, the former prime minister of Portugal and head of the UN refugee agency, has been the … Read the rest

Longest serving African dictator eats his enemies

The president of Equatorial Guinea may not be a household name – however those who have survived his brutal regime claim he is pure evil.

Teodoro Obiang Nguema, 74, has ruled over the country since 1979.

Known as “torturer-in-chief”, his … Read the rest

Hate crime investigated after paper calls Holocaust ‘inflated’

Police in Canada are investigating a possible hate crime after an article appeared in an Arabic-language community newspaper in London, Ontario, that said Jews inflated the number of Holocaust victims from between “100,000 and 600,000” to six million.

Beneath the … Read the rest

BLM converge on American Embassy in London against ‘racist police’

Black Lives Matter activists forced the closure of Oxford Street in London as they protested against the killing of African Americans by US police.

Hundreds of marchers gathered on the busiest shopping street in Britain at 10am on Sunday in … Read the rest