The children of Nigerian migrants who came west are returning to the land of their parents – and finding the jobs and opportunities that Britain has failed to deliver, writes Inigo Gilmore.
Time was, their parents went abroad to seek jobs and fortune. But now, thousands of people of African descent are returning — and finding the jobs and opportunities that Britain has failed to deliver.
There are calls in South Africa for an inquiry into the awarding of the 2010 World Cup after it is alleged a Fifa official took a bribe in the run-up to the decision.
South Africa’s president Jacob Zuma presents the findings of the long-awaited commission of inquiry into the massacre of striking miners in Marikana in 2012 – saying police tactics were “defective”.
Since Israel’s election handed more power to the country’s ultra-Orthodox Jewish Home, the voice of religious, nationalist settlers has grown, as Inigo Gilmore reports.
As Palestine joins the International Criminal Court, what next for the region? Both sides stand accused of committing war crimes in last years conflict.
Benjamin Netanyahu says there will be no Palestinian state if he is re-elected. He faces a struggle to hold on to power, but much depends on the fate of smaller parties, as Inigo Gilmore reports.
French National Front leader Marine Le Pen tells Inigo Gilmore Islamic fundamentalism must be combated or “we run the risk it will spread”, with Muslims among the victims.
Lawyers investigating the 2012 Marikana massacre say Cyril Ramaphosa, South Africa’s deputy president, could face charges at the International Criminal Court following the killings of 34 miners.
As the inquiry into the killings of 34 miners in Marikana reaches its final phase, the Bishop of Pretoria says the government is failing to protect people in post-apartheid South Africa.
The Highlands are often thought of as emblematic of Scottish national identity. But will they say yes or no in the referendum? Inigo Gilmore takes the high road from Thurso to Inverness to find out.
Gaza resident Salem Shamaly – “the man in the green shirt” – was killed, apparently by a sniper, during the latest conflict with Israel. His family believes it has a case for a war crime prosecution.
He was shot as he searched for family members in the ruins of their Gaza homes: 23-year-old Salem Shamaly – allegedly killed as he strayed into the path of an Israeli sniper. So what really happened?
Israeli soldiers tell Inigo Gilmore that they believe they will have to return to Gaza because a ‘terrorist’ organisation “such as Hamas” will “grow back”.
Israel will keep fighting Palestinian guerrillas in the Gaza Strip after the army completes its mission of destroying cross-border tunnels, says Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.