Xenophobic Attacks: The Need For Nigeria’s Foreign Policy Readjustment

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Durodola Tosin

Brexit came as a shock not only to Europe but also to the entire World. After my coherent analysis of several factors and actors, I didn’t expect such an unwavering support by the people to reach such a decision.

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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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Starvation looms for 6 million children in Horn of Africa

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Katy Migiro

Hunger, malnutrition and death threaten 6.5 million children in the impoverished drylands of Somalia, Ethiopia and Kenya due to back-to-back droughts, a charity has stated, with spring rains also predicted to be poor.

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Ugandan President calls on African leaders to end LRA rebels’ reign in CAR

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Gloria Nakiyimba

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni wants regional leaders to allow military commands to jointly work out a plan to flush out remnants of the Lord’s Resistance Army-LRA and put an end to the suffering of the civilian population in Central African Republic.

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Renewed recruitment in South Sudan an indicator all parties preparing for conflict

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Peter Louis

Members from a United Nations commission on human rights for South Sudan on Wednesday gave press a briefing on their ten day vist to report on the country’s worsening condition.

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Changing narratives: Beyond other rooms for African women

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Prince Charles Dickson

 

Through her voice I saw a free woman, down on her land, a woman who knew how to kill her own chickens, hunt her own possum, cut her own cotton, fix her own roof, make her own whiskey, walk in her own shoes, and speak her mind, tell her own story” – Bonnie Greer, A Parallel Life

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Africa hobbling out of the International Criminal Court

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Joe Khamisi

Africa, it seems, has begun the long-talked about process of withdrawing from the International Criminal Court (ICC).

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