Articles by Anissa Haddadi
Nigeria's Islamic militant group, Boko Haram, is partly financed by an Algerian terrorist group, a report claimed.
China hits out over claims that it has trained Tibetan women to assasinate Dalai Lama with poison.
Criminal case opens against Tony Chan, Feng shui master accused of forging will of his former lover, the late Hong Kong billionaire Nina Wang.
Egypt brokers deal aimed at ending hunger strike of some 1,600 Palestinians prisoners in Israeli jails, source reveals.
Two new laws allowing men to have sex with dead wives and lowering the age of marriage to 14 have provoked uproar in Egypt.
Bombers target media outfits in capital of Abuja and northern city of Kaduna, killing 8 people.
Special Court for Sierra Leone has found Liberian warlord-turned-president Charles Taylor guilty of aiding and abetting war crimes during civil war that wracked country.
Former Liberian president Charles Taylor guilty of 'aiding and abetting' war crimes at Special Court for Sierra Leone in The Hague.
As Liberia's Charles Taylor considers his conviction, IBTimes UK traces background of the man who rose from political activist to warlord to president.
UN-African Union peacekeeper and 16 civilians killed in separate attacks in disputed area.
On Malaria Day, worrying new figures in Nigeria and Congo prove fight against the decease is far from over.
Suspected members of outlawed militant group arrested in raid on house also occupied by women and children.
Global piracy declines by almost a third but seas off Nigeria and Somalia remain serious threat.
Five years of acrimonious allegations in divorce proceedings finally yield multimillion dollar settlement.
Human rights group says Muslims who openly show their faith suffer widespread discrimination throughout Europe.
Group of Ugandan women strip to their bras to highlight protest against alleged sexual assault by police of prominent opposition figure.
Gaza hospitals running out of medicine and supplies after months of unanswered calls for help.
Hundreds of angry mourners turn out for funeral of Salah Abbas Habib, whose body was found day after arrest by police.
Cancellation of 20-year supply contract not politically motivated, officials insist.
Palestinian Authority angered by proposal to introduce foreign languages in high schools.