Articles by Anissa Haddadi
Russian scientists have made what they believe to be the first sighting of an adult white orca, or killer whale.
Nicolas Sarkozy, Francois Hollande, Marine Le Pen, Jean-Luc Melenchon: What they stand for.
'Three days of rage' under way after F1 organisers snub pro-democracy concerns and put finishing touches to Grand Prix.
Dr Chidi Anslem Odinkalu, the Chairman of Nigeria's National Human Rights Commission, was questioned following accusations security forces summarily execute over 2 500 detainees every year.
Salafi presidential candidate agent asked to leave studio over 'false claims' made on air.
Bahraini protesters promise 'three day of rage' and demonstrations over regime crackdown to coincide with F1.
Video of 17-year-old girl being gang raped goes viral, shaking South Africa.
Iran says sovereignty over trio of islands in Persian Gulf is 'non-negotiable'.
Border tensions escalate between two major players in Horn of Africa.
Seismologists warn that recent earthquake off Aceh has tightened the screw on tectonic pressure.
Soweto police call off search after 17-year-old gang-rape victim found captive in another man's home.
Wives of UN ambassadors from Britain and Germany call on Syria's first lady to stand up to her man.
Dozens of protesters confront Bahrain's king, Sheikh Salam bin Hamad al Khalifa, with anti-government slogans.
Curious husband surfing net for sex films faints when he finds wife of 16 years has notched up 11 X-rated movies.
Police hunt missing 17-year-old Soweto girl raped by seven boys on video.
Arab States in Gulf warn Iran they stand united in dispute over strategic islands.
Defence minister says Israel made no commitments to US it would hold off from attacking Iran to resolve nuclear impasse.
High-profile prisoner who escaped with 383 other inmates allowed to use social networking sites, report claims.
Human rights watchdog report undermines Manama claims of progress over protesters' rights and claims abuses continue.
1,200 Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails start hunger strike, while another 2,300 mark Prisoners' Day by refusing to eat.