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Archive for November 15th, 2016

Justice, Security and Rule of Law: Putin’s backing the Afghani Taliban

AFP photo   By Cynthia M. Lardner Many different radicalized extremist groups operate in Afghanistan, including the Afghan Taliban, Al-Qaeda, and ISIS. While ISIS and the Taliban share an ultraconservative interpretation of Islam with the avowed purpose of advancing radicalized Islam, the difference stops there. Whereas ISIS and al-Qaeda have adopted a global jihad against […]

Elder Orubebe, Trump and other stories

By Prince Charles Dickson   There cannot be a crisis next week. My schedule is already full  –  Henry A. Kissinger   A Professor was traveling from Accra to Tamale in Ghana, and somewhere between the Eastern and Ashanti Regions, one of the tyres in the front wheel of his car removed and went into […]

Poetry

By Lianne Kamp

Forum to boost tourism in Senegal’s Casamance

By Alpha Jallow Local authorities and stakeholders in the tourism sector are holding a three-day regional forum to reactive the activities of tourism in the restive Casamance region in Southern Senegal.

Poetry

Mandel Ngan/AFP   By Soodabeh Saeidnia

Free Speech?

By Hazel Speed We are blessed, in the main, that we still have a ‘controlled measure’ of free speech in the UK.