Articles by Anissa Haddadi
International Criminal Court confident Invisible Children's Kony 2012 will lead to arrest of warlord.
NGO aims to shift focus back on warlord Joseph Kony after co-founder Russell's public breakdown.
Russia has called on Syrian president Bashar al-Assad to pull his troops from the country's streets.
Journalist shot for carrying video camera during protest in Bahrain village dies in hospital.
Israeli prison authorities punish Palestinian leader after he launches appeal for 'peaceful resistance'.
Conference participants want deadline set for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to stop bloodshed.
EU using African legislators as spies and financing opposition groups to instigate violence in Uganda, says president.
Land Day has been marked by more violence as clashes erupted between Palestinian protesters and Israeli troops.
Iran helps Syria get round boycott by providing tanker to ship oil to China state-run firm.
Detainee agrees to end fast in return for being exiled to Gaza for three years.
The government of Nigeria has given British Airways, Virgin Atlantic and all foreign airlines operating in the country a 30-day- ultimatum to replace what it described as discriminatory policies.
Emin Baro, a 53-year-old teacher from Turkey, was sentenced to two years in jail or to pay a fine of 6m shilling or about $2,401.92.
Suicide of sex worker years after acid attack highlights Pakistan's shame in treatment of women.
Jamphel Yeshi, 27, set himself on fire in New Delhi but left a letter to his fellow Tibetan calling on them to continue fighting for their rights before he died.
'We don't accept that here,' police tell gay rights conference participants.
Jamphel Yeshi, the Tibetan, who died after he set himself on fire to protest against Chinese rule left a letter to his fellow Tibetans calling on them to continue fighting for their rights.
Remains of Iraq dictator to be moved to mystery location to discourage visitors.
Picture believed to show DSK with call girl may support prosecution claim of involvement with international prostitution ring.
Two British journalists of Algerian descent reportedly killed by Syrian security forces and a third injured.
Victim jumps to her death from sixth floor of building in Rome where she was receiving treatment.