- Fiji's ruler clears path to elections on own terms Updated: Dec-06-13 2:01 am
- Remains of 21 people found near barracks in Mali Updated: Dec-04-13 10:37 am
- Mali's jailed coup leader gives version of events Updated: Dec-03-13 10:43 am
- Mali's coup leader arrested Updated: Nov-27-13 12:58 pm
- Egypt expels Turkish ambassador, scales back ties Updated: Nov-23-13 1:47 pm
- ETHS holds lecture on 'pardons for pay' scandal Updated: Nov-12-13 4:05 am
SUVA, Fiji - The monsoon rains have struck and the crowd remains huddled under a canopy, near plates of steaming food, as Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama (vo-REN-gay ba-nee-ma-RA-ma) strolls down the red carpet to open a waterfront picnic park in Fiji's capital, Suva. News photographers scamper around him, but only after it is announced that they are invited to record the event.
BAMAKO, Mali - A mass grave containing 21 skulls has been discovered near the Kati military barracks, formerly the fief of the country's military strongman, Mali's chief prosecutor announced Wednesday.
BAMAKO, Mali - The officer who led last year's military coup, and who was arrested last week, says from his jail cell that the soldiers sent to detain him were in fact trying to kill him.
BAMAKO, Mali - The military strongman who led last year's military coup in Mali was arrested Wednesday and charged with kidnapping, hours after he was forcibly escorted from his home in the capital by soldiers.
CAIRO - Egypt downgraded diplomatic relations Saturday with Turkey and expelled its ambassador from Cairo, a sharp escalation in tensions between the two countries that mounted after a military coup ousted the country's Islamist president this summer.
KNOXVILLE, Tennessee - Author Keel Hunt, former U.S. Attorney Hal Hardin and former Tennessean publisher John Seigenthaler will discuss Tennessee's "pardons for pay" scandal at the East Tennessee Historical Society.