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Archive for December 13th, 2016

Reflections on my visit to Egypt as a journalist

AP photo   By Maha Elbanna As the bus took us through the sandy and rocky roads of the Egyptian town of Sheikh Zayed, I started to realize the huge destruction that has hit this part of Sinai. Demolished buildings, destroyed electricity poles and wires hanging on the road were an indication that this has […]

Challenges facing Anglophones in Cameroon

AP photo   By Joseph Besong Anglophones are the English speaking Cameroonians. It’s worth noting here that the English and French were the former colonial masters of Cameroon.

Poetry

By Ngozi Olivia Osuoha

Power of the Media in this Modern World

By Muhammad Shoaib Khan The power of the media cannot be negated in the modern world. This power can be utilized for development in every aspect of life. Developed countries do not need to do so because they have already achieved their objectives with the help of media. However, developing countries such as Pakistan still […]

Operation Unified Resolve

Joe Raedle/AFP   By Ricardo Swire Operation Unified Resolve, the fourteen day law enforcement multi-agency maneuver orchestrated by US Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) Tampa Florida agents, infiltrated a major transnational drugs and money laundering syndicate.

Poetry

Greenpeace photo   By Ron Larson