Pistorius, who had his 37th birthday this week, was sent to prison in late 2014 for killing his girlfriend by shooting her through a toilet door at his home.
South Africa’s government recalled its ambassador and diplomatic mission to Israel in condemnation of the bombardment that's killed over 10,000 Palestinians.
Law enforcement authorities in Nigeria are using the country’s same-sex prohibition law to target the LGBTQ+ community while ignoring abuses against them, rights groups and lawyers say.
Thousands of Libyans have lost family members, friends and neighbors in the devastating floods that engulfed the country's east.
Officials are concerned about water contamination and lack of sanitation after two dams collapsed during Mediterranean storm Daniel, killing up to 11,000.
“When people meet each other, they meet each other with condolences. The first question they asked is not who died, but who survived.”
Libya's general prosecutor said that prosecutors would investigate the collapse of the two dams, which were built in the 1970s, as well as the allocation of maintenance funds.
Teams have buried bodies in mass graves outside the city and in nearby towns, Eastern Libya’s health minister, Othman Abduljaleel, said.
The Libyan Red Crescent said 10,100 people also remain missing.
"Wherever you go, you find dead men, women, and children,” an aid worker said.