Ethnic violence in DRC's Kasai region spirals out of control
Ivory Coast’s military has announced it is launching an operation to put down a mutiny within the ranks.
UN says makeshift refugee camps on the border with Uganda are full to over flowing following a further spread in ethnic killings
Amnesty International has documented 2016 as a year of hate, violence and oppression, a year of palpable contempt for the suffering of fellow humans.
The leaders of ethnically-split Cyprus are meeting in Geneva for a week of intense talks to agree the outline of a peace deal ending decades of division.
The initial agreement with the rebel group was rejected in a national referendum in October.
Nagorno-Karabakh is a geographical area near the border between Armenia and Azerbaijan. It is a mountainous and heavily-forested patch of land that
The UN Security Council unanimously adopted a resolution seeking to deploy police in Burundi, where an upsurge in violence has raised fears of a
Israeli police shot dead a Palestinian they said tried to stab an officer near Jerusalem's Old City on Saturday, the latest in a spate of street attacks in the occupied territories.
Police are investigating an attack in an ethnically Serb village in Kosovo. Shots have been fired at a house and a car set alight, and a memorial to
Kurdish Peshmurga fighters may be restoring peace in northern Iraq, but not everyone in the villages they are are liberating from Islamic militants
Shi’ite rebels are keeping up the pressure on Yemen’s beleaguered president. They stayed put outside Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi’s residence on Thursday
The new president of the Central African Republic, Catherine Samba Panza, who was elected on the 20th January, has made her first official visit to
Ethnic violence is a genuine fear for lots of Macedonians. The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia has seen a growing mistrust between Albanian and