Eugene de Kock pictured with film maker Jann Turner.
The commander of a notorious Apartheid-era death squad is to be freed in the interests of nation building.
A prisoner exchange has been proposed but have Islamic militants bitten off more than they can chew?
While Ukraine’s Western allies procrastinate and wring their hands, thousands have been dying.
Wahhabism has been a central part of the Saudi state since its inception, but militant group Islamic State has its own version.
Despite its popularity with the public, the coalition’s cap on benefits has not made significant savings, and hits families with high rent and multiple children hardest.
When Rangers and Celtic meet on Sunday, will their sectarian baggage still be relevant?
The Supreme Court has issued a ruling that puts paid to hopes that police will be brought into line with doctors.
Illegal migrants are a cash cow for big business and the rest of us lose as a result.
The former health minister has a lot to say about reforming the NHS, and a lot of skin in the game.
Most states claim human rights or democracy is the reason for military intervention, but the data says otherwise.
The ousting of the US-backed president has thrown US policy into disarray and led to calls for military intervention against al-Qaida.
Holyrood’s opportunity to draw a line under the years of assaults on disability welfare could be a test bed for improvements to the UK system.
The success of the Kurds in fighting IS will greatly enhance their nation-building aspirations.
They say you should never watch laws or sausages being made. Ray Corrigan isn’t so sure.
A sustained assault by lawyers, lawyers, academics and even some journalists has the British press running scared.
Few in the West seriously believe that Russia isn’t involved in Ukraine. So why is it still pretending otherwise?
A man high on drink and drugs got through to David Cameron this week. We should actually be glad he was able to.
With some big names missing from Europe’s clubs at the moment, the Confederation of African Football needs to stand firm.
Millions of refugees, a delicate power balance, neighbours in meltdown – Lebanon faces major problems on all fronts.
With the future of mining investment in Mongolia uncertain, its two giant neighbours have been renewing old ties.
The ill-treatment revealed in the Guantanamo Diaries is shocking in the extreme. But we must never forget the thinking that underpinned it.
The first woman bishop is to be consecrated but a row over whether she is tainting another ceremony casts a cloud over the occasion.
Still brutal and tribal, the Saudi kingdom can’t fall back on dynastic stability and foreign friendships forever.
The late Home Secretary refused to let a move to Brussels end his career as a politician.