Myanmar is among the countries criticised by the US State Department in its latest report on religious freedom around the world.
Who hopes to profit from the chaos and bloodletting in Syria? Is François Hollande a hypnotist? Can a third-century BC philosopher teach us to be happy? And why are so many ...
Audry Apang, editor of Indian newspaper Arunachal Times, discusses growing violence against the press in the north-eastern Arunachal Pradesh State after the shooting of journalist
A delegation from the World Council of Churches has been visiting Nigeria to draw up a report on the country's increasing violence.
The International Committee of the Red Cross has officially changed the designation of the conflict in Syria to a ...
Phillis Bennis, a fellow at the Washington Institute of Policy Studies, speaks to RFI about Syrian government claims that the international media covering the crisis is bloodthirsty and in cahoots ...
Egypt's military squares up to the president. South Africa has its eye on the AU presidency. There's controversy over deaths at a Nigerian funeral.
As the situation in Syria worsens, many thousands of Syrians are fleeing into neighbouring Jordan. While this provides much-needed refuge, it could prove problematic.
Kenyans have a few months left before parliamentary and national elections that will be the first ones since the ill-fated 2007 polls that led to unprecedented post-election violence.
More on the aftermath of the church attacks in Kenya, allegations of corruption in Uganda and worries about the South African economy all feature in the African papers today.