"We were at the eastern gate to the Libyan city of Ajdabiya 10 days ago trying to figure out which way the frontline was going when I first spotted Tim Hetherington out here, cameras dripping from his neck."
Nearly a month after the onset of foreign air strikes – and my first abrupt departure from free east Libya – the rebel stronghold still stands, logic be damned.
One thing is very clear; Nigeria cannot afford to mess up again. This is a country that aspires for leadership in Africa. Let's hope this potentially great country turns over a new leaf during the next two weeks.
The conduct of people during the recent poll is a humbling reminder, of how the people of Lagos, and Nigeria, have an enduring faith that one day, they will get the leadership they deserve.
After all the violence, the divisions, will the claimant president be able to bring normality to Cote d'Ivoire?
As French troops round up their nationals desperate to flee the chaos and carnage in Cote d'Ivoire, what is Africa doing to help to look after Ivorians or other African nationals in the country?
Pedestrians are searched and sometimes lose their belongings. But they dare not argue - the loaf of bread is not worth dying for.
After one push on Brega we found ourselves crouching on a small sandy hill with a good view of the battle about six kilometres away. A perfect opportunity to light up the mini stove for a cup of ready-made mochacino. Nobody does frontline catering like Al Jazeera.
Former interior minister who defected early on says Muammar Gaddafi is now acting out of panic as the current crisis threatens to rip his country apart.
Al Jazeera speaks with eBay's Sami Ben Romdhane at TEDx about creating a technology revolution in his home country.
Al Jazeera uncovers Ali Treki's presence in the Tunisian capital - only to be aggressed by hotel security.