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PARIS — A 2008 cable sent from the American Embassy in Paris to the Secretary of State and other U.S. embassies around the world outlines the history of the diplomatic relationship between France and Africa, as President Nicholas Sarkozy has tried to reshape. The memo, recently released by Wikileaks, outlines Sarkozy’s efforts to reform the [...]
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A leaked embassy cable posted online by Wikileaks shows that the Zimbabwean government planned to forcibly displace 25,000 villagers in a diamond-rich section of the country early last year. The January 23, 2009 cable shows that a local chief informed the embassy at Harare, the capital city, that the military was planning to force the [...]
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Hunger is one of the most urgent human rights issues of our time. It affects millions around the world, even in countries that are experiencing extraordinary economic growth during these tough economic times.
Jan. 4, 2010 1 Comment
Veteran Canadian foreign reporter talks about women’s issues in Africa and the Middle East.
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At this moment, in some war torn country in Africa or the Middle-East, a child, brother, sister, mother or father is being forced to flee their home for safety. They run, as fast as they can, taking only what they can carry away from those who want to do them harm. They may never be able to return.
May 29, 2009 2 Comments
In an age of western media where Archie marrying Veronica is a top story (I canÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t believe heÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s not choosing Betty!), there just isnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t room for tales from the Dark Continent, even though they tend to sometimes be the most newsworthy international exposÃƒÂ©.
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Hunger and malnutrition are serious issues in African society. Several African nations shamefully boast outrageous starvation and poverty rates, however there are parts of one nation that are in even worse shape. India.
Nov. 24, 2008 1 Comment
Blast absolutely loved the return of Jack Bauer Sunday night. If you missed it, here’s your chance to watch it free on Blast, courtesy of Fancast! In “24: Redemption” Jack is in Africa, running away from a federal subpoena that will in all likelihood take him to jail. With a new president about to be [...]
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It was October 2005, and professional photographer Karen Sparacio was in Uganda. She was there to photograph a relief organization. Ayaa Grace, an Alhcoli woman, invited her to visit the Acholi Quarter. What the Sparacio saw changed her life and, soon, the lives of hundreds of Ugandans as well. Sparacio took in the creative and [...]