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Opinion: Stop the violence, fix the famine

South Sudan, Africa's newest country, has remained in the throes of ethnic fighting and extreme economic crisis over the past three years and recently declared...

International community must not miss this chance to act on Lake Chad crisis

One of the world’s worst humanitarian crises is unfolding in West Africa’s Lake Chad region, where 11 million people are in urgent need of...

Kenyan Professor Patrick Lumumba to speak at African Youth Forum in Ghana

Eureka Solutions, an economic and business development organization is hosting the eloquent and insightful CEO of the Kenya School of Law, Prof. Patrick L....

Trump and the dismantling of international order and diplomacy

President Trump’s recent executive order banning refugees from the United State and slamming a visa ban on seven predominantly Muslim countries, even though extremely...

Opinion: Union? What union? Africa ever more divided

Chadian Foreign Minister Moussa Faki is the new chairman of the African Union Commission.   At first it looks like good news. Morocco is a political...

Opinion: The Gambia’s debacle

'A stitch in time saves nine': that's how the intervention by West African body ECOWAS in the political impasse in The Gambia should be described. The body's tactical...

China’s money, China’s blue helmets for Africa

It's not just about raw materials anymore. China's expanding influence in Africa poses risks to European interests, but it offers opportunities as well. China's Foreign...

Opinion: Competition law developments in Africa

Competition law in Africa is becoming increasingly active and, in certain respects, complex.  The number of competition regimes, and the relationships between them, is...

Opinion: Tunisia, take back your jihadists!

Radical jihadists are a burden for any state. Even a young democracy has obligations in this regard, says Kersten Knipp. Tunisians are basically in agreement...

Chibokgirls: Painful memories of a thousand days

Obiageli Ezekwesili.    On that 30th April 2014 when diverse citizens gathered to march in solidarity, no one could have imagined any out of our 219 Chibok...

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The protests taking place across Senegal were initially reported to have been sparked by the arrest of an opposition leader but there seems to...

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At least 20 killed by suicide car bomb in Somalia

At least 20 people were killed and 30 wounded by a suicide car bomb just outside a restaurant near the port in Somalia’s capital...

Senegal: 4 killed amid protests over arrest of opposition leader

Four people have been killed amid protests sparked by the arrest of opposition leader Ousmane Sonko. There has been heightened tension in Senegal following Sonko's...
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