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Oct 16th, 2013
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In northeastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), rural radio stations are used to protect civilians from violence. Part of a growing network of high frequency (HF) shortwave radios that connects rural villages in remote parts of the DRC and neighboring Central African Republic (CAR), these radios ...
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Oct 16th, 2013
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The insurgency in Nigeria’s North Eastern corner has once more brought into sharp relief the precarious balance between life and death in the region. Scores of people are killed on a daily basis and the frequency has also ensured a sense of ‘tragedy fatigue’ amongst the country’s populace. The sustai...
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Oct 16th, 2013
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New York – Africans In America, Inc., a New York-based organization raising awareness on issues affecting African immigrants in United States has released a 46 page study and findings on reasons for state of general malaise in Anambra State, Nigeria. In the course of the study, official of the ...
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By Olugu Olugu Orji Let me make a confession right away: I am not a Muslim but that fact has never dimmed my longing for the Sallah that dates as far back as when I was a boy growing up in Funtua in what was then North Central State. If memory serves, my favourite was […]...
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Oct 16th, 2013
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Journalists and media owners across Africa gave Ethiopian journalist Woubshet Taye a standing ovation in Cape Town on Saturday night at the CNN MultiChoice African Journalist Awards 2013, but he wasn’t there to see it. Instead his wife and son accepted the Free Press Award on his behalf. Part o...