Australia has been brought to the International Court of Justice in The Hague, in The Netherlands by its neighbour, East Timor after accusing it of raiding the offices of a lawyer representing the ...
Could petrol be cheaper, Iranian nuclear deal comes to effect and Syrian peace talks open in Geneva, are all topics in today's French papers.
Used cooking oil - the stuff left over in the fryer after you make chips or samosas – is big business.
Egypt protests planned ahead, education budget in Kenya and the South Sudan peace talks are all topics in today's African papers.
Greenpeace has asked six French companies with ties to Russia to protest at the detention of 30 activists held on piracy charges.
Greenpeace has appealed to French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault to press for the release of 30 of its members, one of them French, jailed in Russia during a two-day visit to the country that started Thursday.
Uhuru defends Kenya's security forces and heads for Rwanda. An oil company pulls out because of local protests.
Three years after it started producing crude oil in commercial quantities, Ghana's oil and gas sector is still struggling to find enough qualified workers. This has led several companies to ...
Was there an intelligence failure over the Westgate mall attack? Why is Mombasa's prt at a standstill? How long will Ruto stay in The Hague?
France’s Constitutional Council is considering a bid to strike down a law banning hydraulic fracturing, the controversial oil and gas extraction process popularly known as fracking.