Oscar Pistorius' defence will open their case on Friday and the Paralympic and Olympic athlete is expected to testify in the morning.
Reporters discuss their views on the evidence while trays of coffee are passed along. At times it feels more like a cinema than a courtroom.
The trial of South African amputee sprinter Oscar Pistorius has not even started yet, and already it is starting to look like a media circus
The legacy of the Central African Republic's bloody conflict endures, despite claims from the country's leader that the worst is over.
South Africa will hold its fifth democratic elections in 2014 and the ruling ANC will, in effect, be in the dock.
He left a nation with stronger foundations than those fears suggest, and a uniformly-accepted vision for this society – for all societies.
A retired British banker is facing up to seven years in jail in Uganda after he was charged with gross indecency.
An al-Shabaab propaganda video aimed at potential recruits in Britain is compelling evidence of a UK link to this growing militant group.
British investigators are struggling to pierce the secrecy surrounding Kenya's Westgate mall attack.
Nelson Mandela's family appear calm since he returned home from hospital but the media camped outside are tense as they wait for updates.