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With the October 28th general election fast approaching, many Tanzanians were pleasantly shocked by the return of prominent political figure, Tundu Lissu, after a near
After an inflammation of tensions and protests in Mali, the nation’s neighbours have at last decided to intervene. West African leaders have come together to
The Owino Uhuru community of Jomvu, Kenya, has been awarded $1.3 billion Ksh (12 million U.S. dollars) compensation in a landmark case over lead poisoning.
The United States military claims Russia is continuing to send military equipment to Haftar supporters in Libya, despite recent efforts by Turkish and Russian delegations
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On 14 July, satellite images from Planet Labs inc. showed visible filling of the Grand Renaissance Dam, adding to the already tense relations between Egypt
Libya’s horrendous civil war has raged since 2011 and still has no clear end in sight. Egypt’s renewed support for Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, a
The relationship between war and conflict, and their environmental threat is long established. In times of war, environmental regulations are often de-prioritized in exchange of
The global migration rate keeps increasing and solutions to resolve conflicts seem to be fewer or unknown. Refugees migrate into different countries using treacherous routes.
Xenophobia has long been a dark sub-chapter of the post-apartheid South African story. This discrimination, directed by Black South African nationals towards Black African immigrants,