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African Overview – September 22, 2017

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Source: Notas Periodismo Popular / The Dawn News / September 17, 2017 The Red Cross Suspends Help Missions in South Sudan After the murder of Lukudu Kennedy Laki Emmanuel, member of the Red Cross in South Sudan last September 8, the international assistance organism has decided to stop all activities […]

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Guatemalans Hold ‘National Strike’ Against Corruption
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Guatemalans Hold ‘National Strike’ Against Corruption

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Three government ministers have also stepped down in response to the ongoing political turmoil. Source: TeleSUR TV / The Dawn News / September 20, 2017 Guatemalan citizens across the country are taking to the streets to protest a recent National Assembly decision that made it easier for elected officials to escape punishment […]

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Chinese President Xi Jinping (centre) and his wife Peng Liyuan welcome Russian President Vladimir Putin ahead of a banquet dinner during the BRICS Summit in Xiamen, Fujian province, on September 4, 2017. Photo: AFP / Fred Dufour
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The Russia-China plan for North Korea: stability, connectivity

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By: Pepe Escobar / The Dawn News / September 13, 2017 Moscow has been busy building agreements that would extend Eurasian connectivity eastward. The question is how to convince the DPRK to play along   The United Nations Security Council’s 15-0 vote to impose a new set of sanctions on […]

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Why is Canada supporting Africa’s most ruthless dictator?
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Why is Canada supporting Africa’s most ruthless dictator?

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Source: Pambazuka / The Dawn News / September 18, 2017 From commemorating Rwanda’s dubious Liberation Day to applauding Paul Kagame’s questionable landslide election victory, Canada’s High Commissioner in Kigali has provided various forms of ideological support to Africa’s most ruthless dictator. That should embarrass everyone who wants Canada to be a […]

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