The near daily fighting in Somalia has taken its toll on the mental health of its people, one doctor says.
The upcoming conclusion of presidential elections in October 2011 without a resort to violence will be a huge milestone towards achieving a lasting peace.
Facts and figures may be correct, but they only tell half the story of the world's worst food crisis in a half century.
The impact of the drawn out conflict on ordinary people in Sirte was brought into sharp focus for us last night when a mother had to give birth on the frontline.
Residents of tropical Lamu do not appreciate the unwanted attention after the killing and abduction of a couple from a neighbouring island.
Judge says South African ruling party may not sing freedom struggle song as new context may incite hate crimes.
Sue Turton reports from the front-line of the battle in Libya, giving a rare look into the life and times of a war correspondent.
Barnaby Phillips is asking for help to find David Kagbo, a war veteran from Sierra Leone who fought against the Japanese in the invasion of Myanmar.
Crossing the frontline between the Somali government and al-Shabab.
How many times can you tell the same story of a woman who left her husband behind to save her children from famine or describe the journey entire families are forced to make on foot before readers are numbed by the sameness of it all?
Abdurahman Warsame mourns the once beautiful city he grew up in, now destroyed by 20 years of civil war.