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by Wale Odunsi Nigeria, the self-acclaimed giant of Africa, is one of the few countries where citizens become endangered species once they foray into politics. At the beginning of the face-off between the camp of Rivers state governor, Rotimi Amaechi and the powers that be, I said that in not too dis...
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Timothy Fowler Hrity, a migrant from Eritrea, covers her face as she poses for a photograph in the central city of Lod, near Tel Aviv April 9, 2012. Some 60,000 African migrants fleeing authoritarian rule in Eritrea and fighting in neighbouring Sudan and what is now South Sudan have crossed illegally...
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Jun 1st, 2013
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By Nick Logan    Global News VANCOUVER – The Canadian government is moving to expel the country’s only accredited diplomat from Eritrea in the country, following reports the consulate is charging expatriates taxes to fund the Eritrean regime. The Dept. of Foreign Affairs has given Consul General Seme...
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Middle East Online Power-generating dam is predicted to reduce Egypt’s, Sudan’s share of Nile River water by 18 billion cubic meters annually. CAIRO – Egypt Islamist President Mohamed Morsi will convene on Thursday with Ministers of Foreign Affairs and Water Resources at the preside...
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By Abdullahi M. Seidu As a nation, we are accustomed to taking the easy route in accomplishing our objectives, and we expect the government to create desirable change within various sectors of the economy by also driving through shortcuts. But for a lasting change to take root, we need learn the virt...