[ThinkAfricaPress]A Congolese MP is leading the latest bid to criminalise homosexuality, but he will have to deal with a counter-campaign by LGBT activists and health workers if he is to be successful.
[Deutsche Welle]A friend has testified that Oscar Pistorius twice fired a gun in public before shooting his girlfriend to death. A forensic scientist has also testified against Pistorius in the South African court.
[VOA]Cairo -Libya’s interim national assembly has approved a vote of no-confidence in Prime Minister Ali Zeidan, naming the current defense minister to replace him on an interim basis.
[Radio Dabanga]Khartoum -A Darfuri student of the University of Khartoum was shot dead by security forces on Tuesday. Other students from Darfur were injured.
[VOA]Kampala -Ugandan activists Tuesday filed a petition in the Constitutional Court challenging the country’s new anti-homosexuality law.
[Dalsan Radio]The Military court of Somalia today executed three soldiers in Mogadishu who were charged and convicted of killing soldiers and a journalist in Mogadishu last year.
[Deutsche Welle]The UN launches an investigation on Wednesday into an incident in South Sudan in which a 12-truck UN food convoy was found to be carrying weapons.
[Magharebia]Nouakchott -Al-Qaeda fighters from Libya, Algeria and Mauritania died during multiple military raids in Mali over the past fortnight.
[IWPR]Experts say changes to the charges against Germain Katanga raise serious questions about the final judgement.
[SANF]The holding of elections in southern Africa and the rest of the African continent has always created some interesting reading.