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Dishonoring Uganda’s Refugees By HELEN C. EPSTEIN

NEW YORK – When United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres traveled to Uganda earlier this month, his stated mission – to raise billions of dollars...

As Deadline to Leave Saudi Arabia Nears, Ethiopian Workers Trapped Between Two Bad Choices

Thousands of Ethiopian migrant workers in Saudi Arabia have pleaded to the Ethiopian government to expedite their return by helping them prepare documents to...

The 1944 Thiaroye Massacre in Senegal, a Shameful Episode of the French Colonial Period in Africa Written by Abdoulaye Bah

On December 1, 1944, an unspeakable tragedy took place at the military camp of Thiaroye, a small village in the suburbs of Dakar. Thirty-five...

In a Guardian Story About an Environmental Conflict in Kenya, the White Saviour Rides Again By Christine Mungai

  The Guardian recently published an article by Tristan McConnell, their correspondent in Nairobi, Kenya, titled “Who shot Kuki Gallman? The story of a Kenyan...

Wherever this Canadian mining company goes in Congo, violence seems to follow

Banro operates in a region that has seen incredible violence over the past two decades and the secretive company has been accused of fuelling...

Caught Between Two Fires: Sudanese Refugees in Jordan By Dina Baslan

Ahmad is poised as a journalist from Kutum, a town that lies 120 kilm away from El Fasher, the capital of North Darfur in...

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