Why was electoral commission official Chris Msando tortured and killed just days before the Kenyan elections?
As in 2013, the race for Kenya's presidency is between Uhuru Kenyatta and opposition leader Raila Odinga
Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court Fatou Bensouda told DW her critics do not understand the court's mandate.
The government has promised a free and fair vote, and has dismissed charges of abuses in previous votes.
SA also betrays its own history. After all, the global community once took a firm stand that the apartheid regime was a crime against humanity.
Due to a lack of witness protection measures, key witnesses have disappeared. One witness refused to testify against an alleged Boko Haram member.
Prosecutors said more than 1,300 people died and some 600,000 others were left homeless in Kenya's worst wave of violence since independence in 1963
The mass departures championed by the court's critics are unlikely to materialise, after no legally binding decision was made.
Don't test us, African Union warns ICC; court prosecutor Bensouda answers bloc attacks not grounded in 'reality'
Ethiopian minister says continent 'may be left with no other choice than to take measures it may think necessary to safeguard its dignity'.
By fanning the flames of homophobia leaders can divert attention away from a serious issue, generate more support and unify