MANILA, Feb. 28 – “Now he’ll kill me,” were the final words uttered by 70-year old German hostage Jurgen Gustav Kantner before he was beheaded by a knife-wielding Abu Sayyaf terrorist on the island of Sulu in the southern Philippines on Monday.Read More
With corruption eating into every fabric of Kenyan society, and with those appointed to head the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) failing in their task, the Kenyan government recently turned to the immediate former head of the Anglican Church, Archbishop Eliud Wabukala to lead that fight.Read More
An international exhibition about Anne Frank had already toured over 20 schools across Croatia when it ran into trouble last month in the coastal city of Sibenik, spotlighting the nation's struggle to resolve its dark World War Two past.Read More
Will Kosovo consolidate further as a democracy or become a quasi-theocracy where religious fanatics reign? Media will play a key a role in answering that question about this tiny Balkans country the West liberated in 1999.