Africa

Egypt's new foodie trend blends East and West: PHOTOS

A taste of Egypt's new culinary movement and what it means for the ever-changing revolutionary nation

Egypt's chronic public service nightmare leaves citizens by wayside

Train, car crashes and a building collapse lead Egyptians to wonder who's watching out for them.

Talking with Moroccan free speech activist Maria Karim, a day before her trial

A voice of Morocco's democracy movement speaks to VO the day before her trial.

Canada is the new Africa in China's quest for oil

What Africa can teach China about the CNOOC-Nexen bid.

The demise of the African forest elephant as seen from Vancouver

UBC zoologist Dr. René Beyers explains the obstacles facing the conservation of Africa's most symbolic animal.

Muslim Scholar Abdullahi An-Naim puts the shari’a in its place

In recent years, Canadians have had a public and heated debate on the possibility of shari’a courts for Muslim family disputes. For many, the term “shari’a” is usually associated with law, which is...