Articles by Anissa Haddadi
Bombardments by President Bashar al-Assad's troops continue to break the peace.
President demands investigation after visit to Latin America overshadowed by vice scam involving 11 Secret Service agents.
Pair believed to be part of human trafficking ring that sends women to Asia to be forced into prostitution.
A man in The Gambia shot dead his daughter after he mistook her for a monkey, local reports say.
Nigeria Delta Liberation Force 'will avenge' any acts that endanger president's life by radical Islamist group.
Fromer Metropolitan Police Chief John Yates claime Bahrain is safer than London. But CCTV footage shows group of masked thugs ransacking a shop while police stand by idly.
Eastern Orthodox pilgrims march through streets of old city to commemorate Jesus' crucifixion.
David Cameron meets pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi and calls for sanctions against Burma to be suspended in historic visit.
Islamist militant group Boko Haram posts video threatening to bring down Nigerian president.
Fragile ceasefire starts to crumble amid reports of deaths and lethal road bomb in Aleppo.
A Pakistani woman was doused with petrol while watching television in a dispute with her husband's family, police said.
German prohibition of incest consistent with European human rights laws, court rules in case of Patrick Stuebing convicted of committing incest with sister, Susan Karolewski.
Zimbabwe president reported fit as he returns home from Singapore health scare.
No major attacks reported since the ceasefire came into effect but army violations taking place, claim activists.
Collective legal action is first of its kind in racial profiling case in France.
As Syria said it has agreed to end all military operation by 0300GMT on Thursday April 12, activists reported two new massacres committed by the security forces.
Ousted Areva boss Anne Lauvergon claims French president tried to sell nuclear reactor to Libyan dictator.
South Africa man robbed and locked in car boot rescued after girlfriend tweets for help.
Israeli soldiers accused of theft in raid on Kafr Qaddum home.
Protesters in Bahrain continued to demonstrate as tensions over the planned F1 Grand Prix continue to rise.