Muhammadu Buhari recently declared that Boko Haram was ‘technically beaten’
At a Podemos rally it is easy to see why Mr Iglesias wins votes – he speaks brilliantly, and has a memorable turn of phrase
Corruption scandals involving Spain’s politicians have left them deeply unpopular, but Felipe has proved a likeable figure
Podemos has become a new force in Spanish politics. However, despite chaos within the main parties following an inconclusive election, Pablo Iglesias’s left-wingers may struggle to wield power. Alistair Dawber reports from Madrid
Upmarket In Tempo was designed to be a beacon of success but has come to symbolise failure
With four parties forecast to split the vote in Sunday’s general election, the old politics may be over
Number has more than doubled in the past 18 months, says US-based consultancy
Experts warn that the region risks drying out
'If I could rewind to last February, I would reassert my initial refusal to run for mayor,' she says in a new book, despite the fact she is generally considered to be doing a good job
Antonio Costa appointed Prime Minister after Portugal Ahead lost a confidence vote
Robert Mugabe will continue as President of Zimbabwe until he is 100, governing from a “special wheelchair”, his wife has said.
Islamist group al-Mourabitoun, which briefly pledged its loyalty to Isis this year, claim responsibility for the Bamako raid
Perhaps ordinary people are still too shocked, but there was little anger directed at the government
Several of those named by police as suspects or suicide bombers were members of a known jihadist cell in Brussels
'Our true religion really is one of peace and co-existence, but now I’m fearful for what comes next'
The target was France, but the impact of the attack is being felt throughout the continent