The charity says they have satellite images, video footage and witness accounts showing five possible mass graves on the outskirts of the capital Bujumbura
The extremist group is waging a campaign to carve out a separate state
'Being sexually active and seeking an education have nothing to do with each other,' campaigner says
Country has suffered from being bounded by Morocco in the north, Mauritania in the south and Algeria to the east
It was supposed to be a milestone: no new cases in West Africa - but nothing about the deadly virus is that simple
Human Rights Watch has accused the Ethiopian capital of killing anti-goverment protesters
A mother said she cried for a month when her daughter was diagnosed
Oxfam has described the situation as 'serious and deteriorating'
Follows an al-Shabaab attack on hotel last month in which nine people were killed
Now we have a global deal on climate, the NUS explains how it’s up to the world’s students, activists, and indigenous communities to turn a piece of paper into meaningful action
McCabe’s images depict life in the village of Gargara, where drought has killed off most of its livestock
Bribery and corruption are not just African problems. David Cameron must tackle corporate wrongdoing at home first
As many as 10 people are thought to have attacked the hotel in the country's capital Bamoka
Video has emerged that is purportedly from a hotel in Mali’s capital Bamako where as many as 170 people were held hostage by armed gunmen.
Footage shows armed forces gathering outside the site
Mali has a complicated recent history of insurgency and jihadist attacks