Africa

Jan. 12 (GIN) – Barely eight months into his term in office, Malawian President Peter Mutharika and his government are facing furious calls for their resignation in what some fear could be a...

Jan. 12 (GIN) – The northern Nigerian town of Baga was devastated over the weekend by a surprise raid conducted by Boko Haram insurgents apparently aimed at a major military base constructed there...

Boko Haram

Show Solidarity With Nigerians As With The French As Well

Do the editorial writers and editors who decide what goes...

 

To deflect from internal woes unindicted war criminal Gen. Kagame needs permanent state of war in region

Sowing Seeds Of Another Genocidal...

Gen. Sejusa

[Commentary]

The Facts Free Uganda and Gen Sejusa...

Gen. Museveni -- is that Washington calling?

[Uganda: Analysis]

The U.S. once had Augusto Pinochet in South America, Ferdinand...

Jan. 5 (GIN) – Solidarity between South Africa and Zimbabwe seems frayed if not torn as deportations are threatened for thousands of Zimbabwean nationals eking out a living in the more prosperous...

Jan. 5 (GIN) – A bid to oust Gambia’s President Yahya Jammeh was quickly routed with the arrests of a handful of insurgents in The Gambia and the U.S.

The attack took place just before New...

Jan. 5 (GIN) – In a surprise turn of events, Nigeria lined up with the U.S. and Israel to defeat an effort by Palestinians to move the needle on the nearly 50 years of Israeli occupation of the...

Sejusa meets Museveni today -- mission accomplished?

[Africa: Black Star Editorial]

A man is only as good as his own words; or, is he?...

Russ Feingold

[Black Star Editorial]

As we head into the new year the drum beats of war are sounding in the Congo once again.

Former...

Gen. Kagame, tied to assassination of President Habyarimana in...

General Museveni with Mbabazi, before chopping his head--politically speaking

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni’s recent statements proved that he continues to be...

Dec. 29 (GIN) - For a country with less than 3,000 practicing doctors to treat 34.9 million people, Uganda’s decision to send some 300 doctors to Trinidad and Tobago has raised the temperatures of...

Dec. 29 (GIN) – Of the thousands of relentless scribes who dig for a story, dodge bullets, follow paper trails, shine a light in the darkness, some 220 news writers around the world will spend New...

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