Observations of an Expat: I am a Liberal

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Tom Arms

The Brexiteering Trump supporter narrowed his eyes, curled his upper lip, glared at me and sneeringly stuttered: “You…you…LIBERAL.”

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Amina’s defeat a personal blow to Uhuru Kenyatta

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Joe Khamisi

Two significant events occurred this week in the eastern African region that stewed emotions and anger of Kenyans in equal measure.

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On the run from Boko Haram, Nigeria’s lost children hope to find families again

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Kieran Guilbert

Running his fingers over the wide scars on his knee and thigh, 13-year-old Usman recalled the moment he thought he would die.

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United – a film honouring the Busby Babes

Munich 58 - United David Tennant

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Hazel Speed

When I was a young child in 1958, I recall hearing radio news which informed the world that sadly, the aeroplane carrying the Manchester United football team from Munich Airport had crashed and only a few had survived.

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Political Masks

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Ricardo Swire

During fourteen months of Presidential campaigning the “Banana Man” vowed to eliminate corruption and modify Haiti’s legal institutions. Public scepticism was reflected in a low 21% voter turnout for the national election on Sunday November 20th 2016.

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