Articles by Anissa Haddadi
South African official hints country is looking to source more of its oil imports from Nigeria instead of Iran.
South African president Jacob Zuma's attempt to have The Spear banned received a set-back after a judge said a ban would be difficult to implement.
Human Rights activists seek to prevent Sheikh Nasser bin Hamad al-Khalifa from attending London 2012 Olympics.
Violence surged in the streets of Tel Aviv as a 1000-strong protest launch 'pogrom' against African immigrants seeking asylum in Israel.
Hezbollah leader Sheik Hassan Nasrallah called for calm after the kidnapping of 13 Shia Muslims in Syria's northern province of Aleppo.
Egyptians are heading to the polls for their first free presidential elections, 15 months after mass protests ousted former leader Hosni Mubarak.
Egyptians have begun casting their votes to elect the first president since the fall of former leader Hosni Mubarak. The ballot will be the first real presidential election to take place in the country.
To mark the historic occasion, IBTimes UK takes a look at at the Egyptian Revolution in an interview with Nariman Youssef author of the e-book Summer of Unrest: Tahrir - 18 Days of Grace.
Princess Estelle, the future heir to the Swedish throne, was baptised as Sweden's high society gathered in the chapel of the Royal Palace in Stockholm.
Muammar Gaddafi's former intelligence chief Abdullah al-Senussi faces charges in Mauritania for illegally entering the country, a source said.
The chief of the UN nuclear agency said he expected to sign a breakthrough deal with Iran to boost cooperation on a probe into the country's controversial atomic activity.
A controversial painting of South African president Jacob Zuma with his genitals hanging out has been vandalised in Johannesburg.
As tensions between Iran and the Gulf States continue to increase, Tehran has announced plans for a new oil terminal outside the Strait of Hormuz.
Man arrested as he tried to smuggle hand granades and rifle ammunition into Nigeria's information ministry in Abuja.
Israel's foreign ministry spokesman said South Africa's decision to ban imported goods marked as 'made in Israel' when they come from the West Bank settlements had "characteristics of racism".
Tens of thousands of ultra-Orthodox men attended a huge rally in New York's Citi Fields to discuss the dangers of the internet.
Iranian foreign minister rules out inspection of country's nuclear facilities as UN delegation arrives in Tehran.
Israeli human rights group releases video showing Israeli soldiers failing to intervene as Israeli settlers opened fire on Palestinians in West Bank.
Kings and queens from across globe gather at Windsor for luncheon to celebrate Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
An Israeli man was charged with arson after he threw Molotov cocktails at the homes of African migrants in Tel Aviv.