Ugandans react to rebel leader's war crimes trial
A senior commander from the Lord’s Resistance Army will go on trial at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague on Tuesday. The rebel group has fought in Northern Uganda for many years.
Into Aleppo's war zone with the White Helmet rescuers
Neighbourhoods in Syria's rebel-held territories continue to be targeted and destroyed by government forces, leaving many civilians killed or injured.
Refugees pour into Uganda from South Sudan
Refugees from South Sudan pour over the border into neighbouring Uganda, as clashes continue between government SPLA forces and rebels loyal to former Vice President Riek Machar.
Citizens on South Sudan-Sudan border suffer from fighting
The government of Sudan is accusing South Sudan of supporting rebels that it accuses of trying to destablise the country. South Sudanese officials also accuse Sudan of backing rebels that are hostile to it.
Fighting intensifies in Syria's Aleppo
Activists in Syria say people living in the besieged city of Aleppo are running out of supplies as government and Russian forces resume their attacks. They say strikes on Aleppo intensified a day after a Russian truce ended.
Syria's War: Temporary truce holds in Aleppo
Russia has extended a pause in air strikes on rebel-held areas of eastern Aleppo until Friday evening, a move rejected by rebels who say they are preparing a counter-offensive to break the blockade.
Syrian army captures town south of Damascus
Syrian military video shows soldiers, tanks moving through Deir-Khabiyeh, a key town south of the capital.
U.N. council to vote on Aleppo truce resolution, faces Russian veto
As explosions continue to rock Syria, the United Nations is preparing to vote on a draft resolution that demands an immediate end to air strikes and military flights over the Syrian city of Aleppo.