Day: December 13, 2020

Twin Bombing Incinerates Afghanistan’s “Safe” City

Two roadside bombs that detonated in central Afghanistan have killed at least 14 people and injured 45 more, including children and police officers. The bombs incinerated a marketplace during evening rush hour in the city of Bamiyan, a famous tourist destination. Bamiyan, located remotely in the mountains, held a reputation

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Polisario Front Declares The End Of A Ceasefire With Morocco

On November 14th, the secretary general of the Polisario Front, a group fighting for the independence of Western Sahara, declared an end to a ceasefire with Morocco that had lasted for three decades. The ceasefire began in 1991, with intervention from the United Nations, and was issued on the basis

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“Ife” Set To Become A Turning Point In Nollywood’s History

Ife – “love” in the Yoruba language – gives a powerful voice to the African LGBTQ+ community. The movie tells the story of a lesbian couple in Nigeria, one of the 30 countries on the continent where same-sex relationships are criminalized. Ife’s director, Uyaiedu Ikpe-Etim, and producer, Pamela Adie, could

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