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15Jan 2018
The Guardian

Côte d’Ivoire troops on patrol in 2013. Photo/IRIN

Clashes last week between rival elements of Côte d'Ivoire’s security forces appear to be a...

15Jan 2018
The Guardian

A police commando stands guard as forensics investigators unearth the victims of the Ampatuan massacre. Photo/InterAksyon

It’s not just suspected drug users and dealers at risk of targeted killing in the Philippines....

14Jan 2018
Eliana Mwibari
Guardian On Sunday

HAPPY New Year everyone. Wow, 2018 is finally here. I am super excited and believe you too are...

14Jan 2018
Guardian On Sunday

Delegates attending the 54th National Conference of the ruling African National Congress in South Africa. Photo: Siphiwe Sibeko/Reuters

When media cover a political party conference decision, it is best to report on the entire...

14Jan 2018
Guardian On Sunday

The Comprehensive Community-Based Rehabilitation in Tanzania (CCBRT), an organization which...

13Jan 2018
Francis Semwaza
The Guardian

FORMER President Jakaya Kikwete policies could possibly be the direct opposite of today’s...

13Jan 2018
Michael Eneza
The Guardian

WHILE on December 9 last year the broadest range of public attention was tied to Independence...

13Jan 2018
The Guardian

Aung San Suu Kyi takes a trip to Beijing. Rolex Dela Pena/EPA

As the Myanmar government’s violent policy towards its Rohingya Muslims drew increasing...

13Jan 2018
The Guardian

Techies in Lagos, Nigeria, work on an open-source project. Photo: Andela/ Mohini Ufeli

Internet penetration is creeping up in Africa, bringing the prospect of digital dividends to a...

12Jan 2018
The Guardian

US President Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping.

Soft power is the ability of a country to shape other countries’ views, attitudes, perceptions...

12Jan 2018
The Guardian

For some, the mobile phone revolution has produced new work opportunities. Photo/Agencies

Many in the international development community view technology –not least, mobile phones – as a...

12Jan 2018
The Guardian

South African youths protest outside the Cape Town Convention Centre against inequalities. Photo/ AMO

From “Africa Reeling” to “Africa Rising,” there’s a new narrative for the African continent, now...

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