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Troubles in East Africa

As if diseases, Ebola, protests, terrorism were not enough, Africa seems to have additional problems. Dissidents in Tanzania are either…

Tensions in Nigeria

“Police has taken over Enugu Government House as member of Biafra Zionists Federation (BZF) led by Benjamin Onwuka attempts to…

Tensions escalating between Uganda and Rwanda

“Tensions between Rwanda and Uganda have escalated over the arrest of citizens across their common border.” http://www.theeastafrican.co.ke/news/Tension-builds-up-between-Uganda-Rwanda-over-arrests/2558-4239860-qkra0qz/index.html You may also…

Kiir in Sudan

We are not most ardent supporters of President Kiir. We are actually not among his supporters. We are among those…

Kenyatta attacks Supreme Court

President Kenyatta attacked the Supreme Court. The court’s decision, the President said, to nullify the results of August 8 elections…

Rising tensions in Biafra

Tensions are rising in Biafra http://allafrica.com/stories/201709160067.html You may also be interested in: violence, violence, violence Nigeria: leader of Indigenous People…

Zuma is leading South Africa to a crisis

De Klerk believes that Zuma is plounging South Africa into an abyss of state capture, economic crisis and ethnic confrontation….

Peacekeepers sent to Kinshasa

As International Organizations fear that violence may escalate in the capital, in response to the government’s decision to postpone the…

Central African Republic: tensions before referendum

http://allafrica.com/stories/201512111659.html You may also be interested in: Central African Republic: elections postponed to December 30 Central African Republic: human rights…

Religious tensions on the rise

This brilliant article discusses the rise of religious tension in Cameroon. The author argues that the causes of this religious…

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