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.
Selon eux, ce vêtement était « comme une prison ». « J’ai l’habitude, » leur a répondu une femme de 60 ans. « Ça fait 35 ans que je porte ça. »
The garment feels “like a prison,” the men said. “I’m used to it,” a 60-year-old woman countered. “I’ve been wearing this for 35 years.”
At a high-level meeting on Ebola recovery, the economy was the unexpected priority. Jina Moore reports for BuzzFeed News from Brussels.
If convicted, the pair face dozens of years in prison. BuzzFeed News’ Jina Moore reports from Kwale, Kenya.
A loophole in Cambodia’s domestic violence law leaves women unprotected. Jina Moore reports from Phnom Penh, Cambodia, for BuzzFeed News.
Saris to Suits envisions a different kind of pin-up girl — brilliant, beautiful and brown.
The company producing the new Ebola treatment suddenly pulled out of Liberia, leaving researchers confused.
Liberia is this close to the end of its Ebola epidemic.
A local lawmaker suggested the tests before graduation would help with “good conduct.”
Bangladeshi photographer Khaled Hasan documents the lives of women after acid attacks.
What new data about the likelihood of FGM in America does — and doesn’t — tell us.
Little more than two years ago, there wasn’t a single recorded case of women trafficked from Cambodia to China to marry. Now, there are more than 150 — and experts expect that number to soar. BuzzFeed News’ Jina Moore reports from Cambodia.