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Dr. Abiy Ahmed, the Prime Minister of Ethiopia, was recently announced the winner of the 100th Nobel Peace Prize. The award, selected by the Norwegian
Legislation that would make homosexual relationships punishable by death has re-emerged in Uganda’s political discourse for the first time since it’s nullification five years ago.
Ugandan Ethics and Integrity Minister Simon Lokodo has recently announced plans to reintroduce a bill that could impose the death penalty for homosexuality. According to
From 4-6 September, leaders from governments, businesses, and civil society met in Cape Town, South Africa for the 28th World Economic Forum. South African President
Much speculation has arisen surrounding the recent withdrawal of Rwanda, DRC and Malawi from the World Economic Forum on Africa (WEF), which was launched on
On 4 October, security sources in Burkina Faso claimed that Islamist terrorist groups attacked a gold mine in the northern province of Soum, killing 20
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Five EU states have agreed upon a temporary deal to redistribute migrants rescued at sea evenly among their countries. France, Italy, Germany, Malta and Finland
The past two weeks have seen a resurgence in xenophobic violence in South Africa. Many have taken to the streets in Pretoria and Johannesburg in
Environment: Europe Feeds Climate Crisis With Its Dependence On Soy. Sub-Saharan Africa Does So By Its Unwieldy Practices.
The Finnish finance minister, whose country holds the rotating E.U. presidency, has announced his intention to ban the import of Brazilian beef into Europe in
Foreign aid in education is gaining increased attention over the past decades although, despite the increasing influence of donor’s aid, the real issues within many