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Monthly Archives: September 2011
Stop the abuse in Eritrea! Respect basic rights! A global plea for action This statement was put together by Eva Bruchhaus (firstname.lastname@example.org), Dr Asia Abdulkadir, Jonas Berhe and Konrad Melcher in Germany; Dan Connell, Professor,Simmons College, Boston, USA (email@example.com), Professor … Continue reading
Wangari Maathai, the first African woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize died on Sunday in a hospital in Nairobi. Maathai was an inspiring figure; a social activist and environmental campaigner and a relentless advocate of the struggles of women in … Continue reading
I have already mentioned in this blog what French journalists call Françafrique. Last week, a blatant example of the links between French highest political figures and some of their African counterparts came to light.
Tanzania: Tragedy at sea Nigeria: 14 More Killed in Jos, Jang Ponders Vigilante Response Africa: Will the Arab Uprising Spread to Sub Saharan Africa? Botswana: South Africa celebrates tourism week