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Lin Muyizere, the husband of Rwandan political prisoner Victoire Ingabire, has now appeared on Dutch radio and television, but Dutch immigration authorities have not withdrawn their...


Canon Simoni Petero father of Gen. David Sejusa

[Farewell To A Father]

Gen. David Sejusa, the exiled Ugandan top officer released...

Oct. 6 (GIN) – Fears are growing that the Central African nation of Burundi is sliding back into a battlefield as the country heads into an election cycle in 2015.

The ceasefire that ended...

Oct. 6 (GIN) – After failing to win further delays in a hearing of serious charges against him, President Uhuru Kenyatta announced he would temporarily step down as president of Kenya and face the...

Oct. 6 (GIN) – Farmers, indigenous peoples and other social justice groups will be taking to the streets this week in 10 cities, calling for an end to ruinous business-driven development plans for...

Oct. 6 (GIN) – As Detroit fights to end a punishing wave of water shutoffs sparked by a payment crisis six years in the making, a bid by the World Bank could put Lagos, Nigeria, in similar straits...

Magdy Martínez-Solimán

The Ebola health crisis that has claimed thousands of lives must not be allowed to become a crippling socio-economic crisis as well, said a...

Canon Simoni Petero Bwajojo, Gen. Sejusa's late father

[Uganda]

Funeral Program for the late Canon Simoni Petero Bwajojo

The Late...

Gen. Paul Kagame

BBC: "Rwanda's Untold Story"

The YouTube file of the one-hour BBC documentary: "...

Lyn Muyizere, husband of Victoire Ingabire

 

Rwandan authorities have asked Dutch immigration authorities to revoke the citizenship of Lin Muyizere, the husband...

Raul Castro -- Cuba takes dramatic action on Ebola in West Africa

[Publisher's Commentary]

Viva Cuba for sending 161 medical doctors to...

Gen. Museveni, one step ahead of fired Prime Minister Mbabazi, on his left

Discussions on the sacking of Prime Minister John Patrick Amama Mbabazi in Uganda press...

Sep. 22 (GIN) – On the heels of the Ray Rice scandal in the U.S., a new report by the accounting firm KPMG says that violence against women in South Africa costs the country between $2 and $4...

Sep. 22 (GIN) – Pits in the ground from mining, forests stripped of trees, and water poisoned by toxic materials are among the lesser known culprits in the current outbreak of the deadly Ebola...

Sep. 22 (GIN) – New York streets were overflowing on Sunday with hand-made posters, buttons, baby carriages, bicycles, musical bands and nearly 400,000 marchers demanding an end to the...

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