Positive polling atmosphere in birthplace of uprising against Muammar Gaddafi bodes well for Libya’s general elections expected in June.
When tensions rise, Libyans struggle to prevent the old ways from becoming their new ways.
As one of Lord's Resistance Army's most wanted commanders is captured, questions remain about the whereabouts of the elusive rebel chief Kony.
Necklacing, a brutal apartheid-era murder method, is making a comeback as some victims of social injustice take the law in their own hands.
Complaints about vagueness and complexities of election process and lack of public awareness, but hope still in participation of a million voters, tens of parties and thousands of candidates.
Despite being dead for months, the Brother-Leader remains the favoured target of graffiti rage.
Many Libyans are asking how elections can be conducted while so many individuals and groups remain heavily armed.
Victims of the former Liberian leader's war crimes will surely argue that the world is a slightly better place, now that he has faced justice.
The withdrawal of South Sudanese forces after their brief takeover of the oil town of Heiglig in Sudan's Southern Kordofan State has not brought peace or the two sides any closer together.
Increasing connectivity on the continent may make it easier for African storytellers to share their own perspectives with the rest of the online world.
A few trips to a military base on the outskirts of the capital, revealed a lot to me about the ethnic and political divide in the west African country of Mali.
The base is the headquarters of a mid ranking officer who paraded on the national stage in a daring and unprecedented way.