Uganda protests killing of its uniformed policemen by Congolese army

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Gloria Nakiyimba

The Ugandan government has protested in the strongest terms the killing of four uniformed Ugandan policemen by the Congolese army over the weekend.

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Interview with Anant Mishra

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Michael Organ interviews Anant Mishra, human rights and political commentator, prolific author and former youth representative to the United Nations.

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South Sudan to free Prisoners of War

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Dukhan Jundit

The Council of Ministers in the South Sudanese Transitional Government of National Unity have agreed to release 224 prisoners of war.

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The ethnic setting in the Nigeria area before 1800

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Durodola Tosin

In the description of the ethnic setting in the Nigeria area before 1800, it is important to state that the concept “Nigeria” is omitted because there was no Nigeria until 1914. What existed was communities scattered all over the area now called Nigeria. These communities operated their own laws and rules that govern the conduct of people in such communities.

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