Every time you type a number to start an iMessage conversation on your iPhone, Apple logs your message contacts and other metadata.
Nigeria’s fledgling food export business was dealt a serious blow last year when the EU put a ban on beans imports – after over four times the acceptable amount of pesticide residue was detected. This comes after a previous ban on melon seeds for unacceptable levels of aflatoxin.
A ‘sense of duty’ may not be enough for Spain to overcome the crippling political impasse.
Despite increasing dangers Palestinian and Israeli activists continue their efforts to oppose the occupation peacefully.
During his long career, he was involved in the good, the bad and the ugly of Israel’s politics.
Refugees in the southeastern region of Niger say they no longer fear Boko Haram, but their problems are far from over.
Mass arrest of party members over fraud allegations seek to ‘de-legitimise Arab political activism’.
From Jeeps running over protesters to a museum being set alight, Yehia Ghanem recalls key moments in Egypt’s revolution.
A Syrian Civil Defense member and resident of Aleppo reflects on the worst onslaught the city witnessed since 2011.
Prison authorities refused to provide inmates with medical care, possibly causing their deaths, HRW report finds.