Is the ICC biased against Africa? Conflict Zone Senior Editor Peter Craven went on DW News to speak about the relevance of Ghanaian President Mahama's disputes with the ICC.
Ghana's President John Dramani Mahama is one of Africa's most influential leaders. He's lauded by the West for maintaining a stable democracy in an otherwise volatile region, but is that reputation justified? (06.10.2015)
The government of Sudan has often been accused of violating human rights and just as often, it has denied these charges. DW's Conflict Zone put Sudanese Foreign Minister Ibrahim Ghandour in the hot seat.
Holding the Syrian regime and its allies accountable for the horror inflicted on civilians is fraught with problems. How effective can the UN's legal mechanism be when funding is scarce? Teri Schultz reports.
Ghanaians are electing their next president and 275-member parliament with voters worried by three years of economic downturn. Incumbent John Dramani Mahama is being challenged by seven presidential candidates.
Not shaken but stirred by thoughts of doing good, actor Daniel Craig has auctioned his very special Aston Martin Vanquish. Only 100 of Aston Martin's centenary model were made, and the Bond actor was given the 007th.
Offering free tickets to anyone wearing a swastika during a production of George Tabori's "Mein Kampf" the Theater Konstanz has drawn global attention. Is there more than clever marketing behind the deal?
The US global human rights report covers some 200 countries and territories. China, Russia, Iran and North Korea were top of the list in violating human rights.
In a historic move, North Korea's leader has announced an indefinite halt on its nuclear and ballistic missile programs. With major international summits ahead, Pyongyang is hoping to consolidate its diplomatic gains.
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