Stop War Crimes in Ethiopia Today

By Alex de Waal On 10 December 2019, the same day that Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed received the Nobel…

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Suspected Boko Haram Extremists Kill Dozens of Nigerian Farmers

Suspected members of the Islamic militant group Boko Haram killed at least 40 rice farmers and fishermen while they were…

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Trump Hits Liberia and Several African Countries with $15,000 Visa Rule

WASHINGTON – As the U.S. bids adieu to the Trump Administration, the outgoing President issued a new temporary rule that…

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U.S. Election: Black Women Seize Political Spotlight

AP, MARIETTA, GA — Americans are preparing to choose a leader and a path through a time of great division…

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Venezuela: A Nation in Turmoil

Following months of COVID-19 lockdowns that ended one of the world’s most significant migration as of late, Venezuelans are by…

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Curtailing the Criminal Use of Shell Companies in Liberia

By: Alexander Cuffy This article delves into the criminal use of shell companies (or corporations) in Liberia. It is a…

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Liberia: How Did It Get To Be This Bad?

By Edward DoeGlobe Afrique Opinion Columnist The world has grown numb to Liberia’s seemingly endless corruption, crime and crisis —…

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German Embassy in S. Leone supports Caritas Freetown’s COVID19 Efforts

BRUSSELS, Belgium – The Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Freetown, Sierra Leone, has provided financial and material…

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Ghana’s Presidential Conundrum, Economy and Upcoming Elections

By Chu-Chu Alex Jones Coronavirus or not, Ghanaians would go to the voting polls this December to elect or reelect…

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Catholic priest urges Sierra Leoneans to unite, promote peace and development

WASHINGTON, DC – A prominent Catholic priest in Sierra Leone has called on Sierra Leoneans to redirect their vision, thinking,…

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