Protesters 23 January 2012. After three decades of one-man rule, many Maldivians hoped President Mohamed Nasheed, who was elected in the Maldives’ first free elections four years ago, would steer the tiny island nation in the...Read More
Ghana MP Paul Collins Appiah Ofori has described as “shameful” the dismissal of Attorney General (AG) Martin Amidu for no justifiable reason. He pointed out that the sacking of the AG was to protect the...Read More
Chris Quigley In the corruption trial of five former Toronto drug squad officers, the Crown...Read More
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