Terrorism, torture and a silenced opposition: Egypt appears to be moving further away from democracy under President el-Sissi. "We are the victims here", insists FM Shoukry referring to increasing terrorist attacks.
Seventeen people have been sentenced to life for their involvement in deadly unrest when then-General el-Sissi announced his presidential bid. Now Egypt's president, he has warned against challenging his grasp on power.
With three rival governments and the reluctant host to thousands of migrants making their way to Europe, Libya is in chaos. Will it ever unite for democracy? Taher El-Sonni meets Tim Sebastian on Conflict Zone.
More and more human rights advocates are paying the ultimate price for their activism. Many are threatened and harassed. For years, the situation of human rights advocates has been growing worse.
With the only leader Zimbabwe has known now gone, the ruling ZANU-PF party's representative in the UK says the country is ready to move on — but can it expect real change from a successor at Mugabe's side for decades?
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