""I sit opposite another local radio presenter who does the same job as me in a 'double header'. As a permanent member of staff he gets £4,000 more, 5 weeks holiday, pension and sick pay. He is male.""
Anonymous BBC Presenter
Published evidence to the UK DCMS Select Committee
"“It’s a farce. It’s 15 days later and they take the first car away. It was the first car they were in in this country and it’s the last car the police have taken away.""
Son of Ross Cassidy, car owner
""If you're trying to influence an American election, that's a one-stop shop""
"Was this data used to help elect Donald Trump?"
""We have left behind the most important stage of Operation Olive Branch""
Recep Tayyip Erdoğan
President of Turkey
""Beppu has the highest number and the richest variety of hot springs. There's no other place like it. That's the reason Beppu is considered world's number one.""
Keiichirou Kawaguchi, Onsen expert
"Nobody would argue against preventing deaths. But subjecting people to unbearable conditions in camps on the Greek islands and threatening them with being sent back is not the answer to this."
Migration Researcher, Amnesty International
""Over 90 per cent of our population has been wiped out and more than 43,000 people have been killed in just a two or three-month operation,""
Rohingya refugee in Australia
Former footballer George Weah and Vice President Joseph Boakai will most likely face each other in the second round of voting in the Liberian elections
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Violence erupts in opposition strongholds in Nairobi as counting continues from Tuesday's election
MPs are having their say anonymously in a no-confidence motion in the president
Alpha Condé calls for a new era of self-reliance to drive development and end poverty in the continent.
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The United Nations says it intervened on humanitarian grounds to help South Sudan’s former vice president and opposition leader in the neighbouring Democratic Republic of…
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Roch Kaboré, who took office in December, faced a tough test in January, when Islamist militants carried out deadly attacks in the capital Ouagadougou.
Opposition leader Kizza Besigye was briefly detained on polling day in Uganda as the government shut down social media sites, reportedly due to
Uganda prepares to go the polls with incumbant president Yoweri Museveni seeking a fifth term in office.
African leaders have signed a agreement in Egypt to create a new free-trade zone stretching from Cairo to Cape Town. The Tripartite Free Trade Area
The leaders of 26 African nations have been laying the groundwork for an African Free Trade Union in the resort of Sharm El-Sheikh in Egypt. Behind
There is no let up in the protests against Burundi’s President Pierre Nkurunziza. Police have reportedly fired tear gas and beaten demonstrators, as
Saturday’s presidential election in Nigeria sees incumbent Goodluck Jonathan go up against former military ruler Muhammadu Buhari. It is being
Presidents from ten central African states have held an emergency summit in Cameroon to create an 80-million euro fund to fight the Islamist militant
There are fresh heavy-weight attempts to return Burkina Faso to civilian rule.
Three West African leaders are in the capital for talks with
With the majority of the results now in, the African National Congress has dominated South Africa’s general election, winning around 62 percent of