Une campagne demande à l’Onu de lever cette immunité prévue par la convention de 1946, qui accorde selon ces critiques une impunité totale aux prédateurs sexuels.
Critics say a 1946 convention has turned into a blank check for sexual predators.
These women spent a year fighting Ebola in their neighborhood, so when they learned about Nepal’s earthquake, they knew a little bit goes a long way.
The Kenyan government named two respected human rights organizations on a list of 85 companies and individuals suspected of supporting Somali terror group al-Shabaab.
Nearly two years later, a 16-year-old girl gets some justice. But three of the alleged perpetrators remain at large. BuzzFeed News’ Jina Moore reports from Nairobi.
Where terrorism succeeds, parents have a hard time recognizing their own children. BuzzFeed News’ Jina Moore reports from Nairobi, Kenya.
When President Goodluck Jonathan called his challenger on March 31 to concede a hotly-contested presidential race, Nigeria breathed a sigh of relief. But it’s not clear how this recording of the call was leaked.
Most civil servants in Garissa are from somewhere else, and after Thursday’s terrorist attack, they’re going home.
“There are still people there, sleeping in the forest.” Survivors of Kenya’s worst terrorist attack in years describe fleeing al-Shabaab militants. BuzzFeed News’ Jina Moore reports from Garissa.
President Goodluck Jonathan conceded his re-election bid Tuesday in Nigeria’s first ever peaceful democratic transition of power.
The election commission chairman and a former presidential appointee get remixed on Twitter.
President Goodluck Jonathan reportedly called challenger Muhammadu Buarhi to concede late Tuesday afternoon. BuzzFeed News’ Jina Moore reports from Nigeria.
A former top State Department official also suggested the final count may be vulnerable to cyberattack. BuzzFeed News’ Jina Moore reports from Nigeria.
Nigeria’s hotly contested election actually went pretty smoothly, despite what you may have heard. Jina Moore is in Abuja, Nigeria, for BuzzFeed News.
Civil society groups, local and international, are monitoring Nigeria’s presidential election. BuzzFeed News’ Jina Moore follows them through the day from Abuja.
Fuel shortages aren’t uncommon in Africa’s biggest economy. Then again, driving isn’t often an act of democracy.
He tried to walk it back, deleted his tweet and apologized to some of his critics.
“Dozens” of women who’d been forced into marriages with Boko Haram fighters were murdered earlier this week, witnesses said. “They don’t want any infidel to…have access to them.” BuzzFeed News’ Jina Moore reports from Nigeria.
It’s Decoration Day in Liberia, when families visit the graves of loved ones and leave flowers and other reminders of how much they loved those they’ve lost.
In 1995, world leaders signed a landmark women’s rights agreement. Lots has happened since then.