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Rwanda: new project of “Kurema, Kureba, Kwiga” initiative

Launched in 2013, the public art project “Kurema, Kureba, Kwiga” (To create, To see, To learn) successfully involves young talents…

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African Politics and Policy has just published the new issue of the journal with articles on Ibn Khaldun, women rights…

Somalia: terrorist attack leaves 20 people dead

One of the reason why the war on terror is still raging in Africa is that terrorist groups in the…

Mozambique: clashes between government forces and opposition

Towards the end of 2015, we noted that there was every reason to be less optimistic about governance in Africa….

Terrorism on the rise in West Africa

While Hotel Splendid in Ouagadougou has been freed, a second hotel is still under terrorist attack. http://allafrica.com/stories/201601160366.html These attacks testify…

Burkina Faso: 20 victims in terrorist attack

Instability, we have repeatedly indicated (http://www.africanpoliticsandpolicy.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/APP_Newsletter_First_issue.pdf), is one of main obstacle to sustaining economic growth and promoting socio-economic development in…

Ethiopia: 140 people killed in crackdown of anti-government protests

Protests, sparked by the fear that the government’s development plans may displace farmers, were repressed by violent means. It is…

Mali: missionary kidnapped in Timbuktu

A Swiss missionary, who had already been kidnapped in 2012, was kidnapped from her home today in Timbuktu. It is…

Burundi: general and former defence minister plead guilty to coup attempt

Former minister of defence pleaded guilty to attempting to stage a coup. The former ministers and the other defendants claimed…

South Sudan: rebels appointed to parliament

In a move that was meant to facilitate the reconciliation between the government and the rebel movement, 50 rebels, jailed…

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