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South Sudan: The World’s Fastest Growing Refugee Crisis

 
The rising rate of citizens moving out of crisis-constrained South Sudan to seek refuge in the neighbouring countries is now a crisis, the UN...
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Understanding the Violence in Macedonia’s Parliament

 
Continued from here.The opposition has been overly cautious and aggressively pursued an institutional solution for Macedonia’s political crisis. Meanwhile, the DPMNE party, with its...
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Ivorian Prison Guards Threaten to Strike

 
Ivorian prison guards are not happy with their work and life conditions because, as per the agreement signed in November 2014, their demands have...
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Togolese Teachers On Strike

 
This Tuesday, April 18, classes have resumed throughout Togo. Students are back in classrooms. But some teachers have not yet resumed their work. According...
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Pro-Life and Pro-Choice Clashes in Toronto

 
A pro-life rally held at the Student Learning Centre (SLC) last Wednesday was met with harsh confrontation from pro-choice protesters. Some protesters disrupted the...
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Zuma’s Support on the Rise

 
"Our President is not going anywhere, he will finish his term of office as we also elected him into office," anonymous interviewees have said...
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Pressure Builds on Zuma as People’s March Looms

 
It's only a matter of hours before people nationwide find their way onto the streets marching against their president. The hope is that president...
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Midnight Shock For South Africa

 
The South African president made an unexpected move. In the thick of the night, President Jacob Zuma made a drastic wipe out in his...
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UCL Students Face Disciplinary Action After Climate Protests

 
Today 20 students decorating the iconic UCL portico steps made from Portland Stone with chalk in a protest led by divestment group Fossil Free...
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Kenya: Ethnic Tensions Persist in Eldoret

 
Nothing sends jitters down the spines of many Kenyans like the mention of a general election. It rekindles sad memories of past politically-induced ethnic...
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Students Protests While Teachers Strike in Togo

 
Teachers of primary and secondary Togo schools maintained their strike that began more than two weeks ago. Tired students, demonstrated all day Monday, to...
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Kenya: Clanism Replaces Tribalism in Counties

 
When Kenya voted for a new constitution, which has been hailed as one of the most progressive in modern times, one of the structures...
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