Tuesday, March 22, 2011
President Carter and I answer a first batch of reader questions about Sudan.
In the small village of Gw�l�koro, 60 kilometres south of the capital, Bamako, the fields are empty now, during the dry season. After a poor harvest, farmers are worried by swiftly rising prices for staple foods like sorghum and millet.
Unprecedented numbers flocked to participate in the nation's first vote since the revolution.
Monday, March 21, 2011
About 50 African Union peacekeepers have died in clashes with militants linked to al-Qaeda over the past two weeks.
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter and Nicholas D. Kristof address a third and final batch of readers? questions.
CAIRO - Partial results from a third of Egypt's provinces Sunday showed massive turnout and a vote overwhelmingly in favor of constitutional changes that eliminate restrictions on political rights and civil liberties.