She has every reason to feel bitter and cheated by the revelation that her closest rival, Maria Sharapova has been spiking her system with performance enhancing drug meldonium for the last 10 years but world number one female tennis champion, Serena Williams was magnanimous as ever, applauding Sharapova’s courage in taking responsibility for her action, while playing down fears the doping bombshell would damage tennis.
A radical Muslim preacher in Algeria was given a six-month jail term on Tuesday for demanding the death of journalist and author Kamel Daoud whom he accused of "apostasy".
The court in Oran also fined Abdelfatah Hamadache Ziraoui €450 after he was prosecuted for making death threats.
British Airways has agreed to pay an undisclosed amount of money to children who were sexually abused by one of its pilots in East Africa.
Ugandan lawmakers have passed a bill that says only Ugandans can be legal guardians of orphaned or destitute children.