Articles by Anissa Haddadi
International Criminal Court delivers first verdict in its 10-year history with conviction of DR Congo warlord.
Mae Azango on run from death threats after article condemns female genital mutilation.
Kony 2012 film by NGO Invisible Children has created a buzz and divided opinion on the internet.
More than 200,000 Bahraini protesters take to the streets to press for more democracy.
World is just watching us die, say angry activists trapped in besieged city.
Bahraini opposition calls for mass pro-democracy protests to show they represent more than just a small minority.
NGO Invisible Children's Kony 2012 campaign faces backlash amid accusations of misinformation and lack of transparency.
Turkish government steps up criticism of Syrian regime, amid fears that Assad is using Kurdistan Worker's Party as terror tool.
Pakistan has charged Osama bin Laden's three widows with illegally entering and living in the country.
More than 500 pupils in South Africa stoned to death two robbers who were part of a gang that had attacked their school armed with guns.
South Africa has apologised to Nigeria for deporting 125 Nigerians from the country over their yellow fever vaccination cards.
Deadly explosion on routine patrol takes death toll of UK military personnel killed in Afghanistan to over 400.
Amnesty International has called on Asma Al-Assad, wife of embattled Syrian president, to take stand and condemn regime's human rights violations.
Rebel army increases village raids in Democratic Republic of the Congo's Orientale province.
Nigerian foreign minister Olugbenga Ashiru warns Johannesburg of 'appropriate reaction'.
Campaign takes internet by storm to raise awareness about Joseph Kony, Lord's Resistance Army leader, who has forced 66,000 children into becoming soldiers.
Post-Gaddafi Libya faces being torn apart after oil-rich east declares itself semi-independent state.
Yorkshire Regiment soldiers among six killed in patrol blast in southern Afghanistan, pushing 10-year death toll past 400.
West's fears over Iran nuclear programme shifts focus to wrong place in Middle East.
Underground organisation to field legitimate political party in June elections set for post-Gaddafi Libya.