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Today our readers come from Canada, USA, Puerto Rico, Ireland, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Turkey, Kazakhstan, India, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Tunisia,…

Outbreaks and emergencies

In the week ending on December 8 cholera was monitored in six countries: Burundi, Cameroon, DRC, Ethiopia, Kenya and Nigeria….

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Africa’s problem is not civilization, but France

After President Macron claimed that Africa’s main problem is civilizational, Amadou Douno, sociologist in Conakry, remarked that “Africans do not…

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Today our readers come from Canada, USA, Argentina, Spain, Netherlands, Italy, Russia, Kazakhstan, South Korea, Bangladesh, India, Malaysia, South Africa,…

Pirates in the Gulf of Guinea

“Fighting piracy in the Gulf of Guinea requires a broad understanding of maritime security.” source: https://www.theafricareport.com/20336/fighting-piracy-in-the-gulf-of-guinea-needs-a-radical-rethink/ You may also be…

Presidential election in chaotic Guinea-Bissau could resolve political impasse

“After weeks of political turmoil including violent protests, an alleged coup attempt and the emergence of two competing prime ministers,…

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We have readers from 40 countries, namely Canada, USA, Japan, Korea, Philippines, Malaysia, India, Bangladesh, Kazakstan, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait,…

Guinea Bissau leader invokes the Virgin Mary in Ecowas power duel

“Guinea Bissau President José Mário Vaz remains defiant in the face of condemnation from the Economic Community of West African…

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