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Friday, January 20, 2017
 

The world’s worst crisis

This is one of Africa’s largest displacement crises and the world cannot afford to brush it under the carpet.

Climate change forced over 1 million Africans from their homes in 2015

Disasters triggered by rapid-onset natural hazards affected 33 African countries last year.

Africa’s last colony: Repression and nonviolent resistance in occupied Western Sahara

The Sahrawi people are undeterred in their nonviolent struggle for self-determination.

Unforeseen consequences in Mali

The destabilization of the country is at least partially a result of the NATO intervention in nearby Libya

Africa and the Paris Agreement: Which Way Forward?

While some African countries are among the 86 Parties that had ratified the Agreement by Oct. 27, an analysis revealed that most African NDCs are vague in their adaptation and mitigation aspirations.

Park Ranger Murdered While Protecting Critically Endangered Gorillas

Jacques is the second ranger to be killed in the park in the last six months.

A Lion Wakes: Understanding Ethiopia’s Protests

The government’s slogan “Ethiopia Rising”, has become true for very different reasons than they may have hoped over the last year.

Meet the Courageous Women Fighting Terrorism in Africa

Women are the backbone of the Somali society. They’re also better skilled in community relations and management skills than the males.

Ethiopians are Crying out for Freedom and Justice

The ruling party of Ethiopia needs to stop the violence, but will no doubt ignore such reasonable calls. The movement for change, however, is sweeping through the country, and the struggle for freedom will go on.

Mission Impossible

Keeping Track of U.S. Special Ops in Africa.