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African Overview: Togo, Liberia and Gambia

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Source: Notas Periodismo Popular / The Dawn News / November 6, 2017     The government of Togo lifted the ban against protests of the opposition On Friday, the Togolese authorities ended the prohibition against holding mobilizations (weeks ago it was established that they could only be done on weekends). […]

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African Overview
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African Overview

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Source: Notas.org.ar  | The Dawn News | November 28, 2016 The African Overview by Notas.org.ar is an attempt to fill the information vacuum created by mainstream media and a commitment to strengthen the circulation of South-South information.   Ivory Coast extradites 3 soldiers suspected to have participated in Burkina coup Source: News24.com […]

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Africa: Long Live Fidel
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Africa: Long Live Fidel

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VIVA FIDEL! By SEAN JACOBS / Source: africasacountry.com / The Dawn News / Nov, 26, 2016 If Africa is a country, then Fidel Castro is one of our national heroes. After fronting the Cuban revolution against a corrupt, American-sponsored dictatorship in 1959, Cuba under Fidel worked hard to develop its own […]

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The Libyan Disaster
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The Libyan Disaster

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By: Hedelberto López Blanch / Rebelion / The Dawn News / November 7, 2016. Five years after the bombings initiated in April 2011 by the coalition lead by the U.S, France and Great Britain and 50 years after the murder of the leader of the Libyan Revolution, Colonel Muammar Gaddafi, […]

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A Kenya Forestry Research Institute technician pruning an acacia tree at a drylands research site in Tiva, Kitui County. Credit: Justus Wanzala/IPS
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Kenya Greens Drylands to Combat Land Degradation

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By: Justus Wanzala / The Dawn News / Source: ipsnews.net / October 25, 2016. Faced with growing degradation that is swallowing large swathes of land in arid and semiarid areas, Kenya is heavily investing in rehabilitation efforts to stave off the threat of desertification. Charles Sunkuli, secretary of the Ministry of Environment […]

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Zambia: Silent voices of civil society
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Zambia: Silent voices of civil society

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The Post – Zambia / The Dawn News / 18 Oct, 2016 Vernon Mwaanga says the civil society is sleeping while democracy is being annihilated. According to VJ, most civil society organisations in Zambia have suddenly lost relevance because some their leaders have outlived their usefulness. VJ also bemoans a disturbing […]

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Mass Rapes, Genocides and Child Soldiers
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Mass Rapes, Genocides and Child Soldiers

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By: Luis Gonzalo Segura / Source Rebelion.org / The Dawn News / September 1, 2016 Reading most news from South Sudan is really sad. We read about real atrocities. Alberto Rojas recounted several dreadful scenes in newspaper El Mundo, a newspaper that is kneeling more and more to the world’s […]

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Protests Strike Ethiopia
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Protests Strike Ethiopia

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By: Pierre Boisselet, Jeune Afrique / Source: Rebelion.org / The Dawn News / August 22, 2016 In spite of the impressive economic and social progress made, there are increasingly more protests in Ethiopia. But, far from of wanting to share power, the regime seems to prefer a heavy-handed response, at least, so […]

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