Day: August 29, 2020

Malian Soldiers Promise Elections After Coup D’état

On August 18th, Mali’s President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita was overthrown in a coup d’état by Malian soldiers after months of protests and turmoil. The soldiers, who call themselves the National Committee for the Salvation of the People, detained Keita at gunpoint. Later that same night, he resigned under duress and

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I.O.F. Continues To Batter Palestine – Can The Stalemate Be Broken?

International Middle East Media Center reported on Thursday that the Palestinian factions in the Gaza Strip demanded accountability from Israel for the relentless human rights violations, crimes, raids, assaults and abuses it continues to commit against the occupied Palestinian territories – especially in the light of the recent surge in

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From  Mentao To Goudoubo And To Dori: Malian Refugee Education Unrest

Burkina Faso has been home recently for many Malians fleeing conflicts. Counting nearly 20,000 refugees, many of whom have recently fled the camps  are “seeking safety in other parts of the country or even returning to their homeland,” UNHCR reports. Burkina Faso has equally been battling with managing a huge internal displacement of people

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