Cameroon

A Cameroon court of appeal has overturned the conviction of two men jailed for "looking gay", declaring them "innocent" of
Jean-Claude Roger Mbédé is not a rich man, nor a part of his country's elite. He may never be an Alan Turing, he may be something else, something greater, but he'll be only a fraction of the person he could be while his identity remains the subject of cynical criminal sanctions.
How is it that an individual can have more impact on African wildlife law enforcement than high profile nature charities?
A judo athlete and four officials from the Congo have vanished in London, joining seven other athletes who have gone missing
Globally, although the indigenous peoples represent only about 5 per cent of the world's population, they occupy one-fifth of entire earth's territory from the Arctic to the South Pacific. Despite their hold over vast swathes of land, indigenous peoples make up 15 per cent of the world's poor and one-third of the world's 900 million extremely poor rural people.
A group of passengers travelling on an ill-fated plane may not have known when it began to nose-dive and then crashed into