Daily Archives: September 12, 2018

Renoir Stolen by Nazis Returned to Jewish Family

A Renoir masterpiece stolen by the Nazis in World War II is back in the hands of the Jewish family who owned it.

Sylvie Sulitzer, granddaughter of the original owner, received the painting, Two Women …

Ugandan Politician Confronts Diplomat Over Torture Allegations

Ugandan opposition leader Bobi Wine has confronted Uganda’s ambassador to the United States about Wine’s recent arrest and alleged torture, but many Ugandans did not get to see the interview because of a power outage.…

Bobi Wine: S. Sudanese Youths Should Never Give Up

Robert Kyagulanyi, the Ugandan musician-turned-opposition lawmaker, has some advice for the youth in neighboring South Sudan.

I have so many friends and fans in South Sudan, and I know that South Sudan is a country …

Anti-Corruption Watchdog: Most Countries Ignore Anti-Foreign Bribery Laws

A new report by Transparency International suggests foreign bribery is alive and well.

The report, by the Berlin-based, anti-corruption watchdog, suggests little has changed in recent years in the way governments enforce their anti-bribery laws. …

Secretary-General Appoints Nicholas Haysom of South Africa Special Representative, Head of United Nations Assistance Mission in Somalia

United Nations Secretary-General AntonioGuterres today announced the appointment of Nicholas Haysom of South Africa as his Special Representative for Somalia and Head of the United Nations Assistance Mission in Somalia (UNSOM). He will succeed Michael …