Britain

By IndepthAfrica
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Jun 2nd, 2014
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By Kallys Albert Sr. Requiem Nigeria – The geographical expression called Nigeria approaches fifty-four years next October, 2014. This is an age compared to human life more than half of life’s expectations have been achieved. In reality, fifty-four years is not quite a significant long time – h...
By IAfrica
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Apr 28th, 2014
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Zimbabwe and Britain share an unbreakable historical link. It is Britain that placed Zimbabwe under the yoke of colonialism, and it is Britain that also reinstated Zimbabwe’s independence. It is the same Britain that is at the centre of Zimbabwe‘s current situation. The longevity of the relationship ...
By IndepthAfrica
In East Africa
Mar 31st, 2014
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AN ETHIOPIAN farmer is using taxpayers’ money to sue Britain because he says that foreign aid sent to his country is supporting a brutal regime that ruined his life. The man – known as Mr O – told his British lawyers that the £1.3billion the UK has sent to Ethiopia in the past five years […]...
By IndepthAfrica
In East Africa
Mar 11th, 2014
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Today sees a milestone event in the history of Britain’s relations with its former Empire — or, as most of us would say,  a landmark in the demented pursuit of cash redress for centuries-old historical wrongs. A meeting of Caribbean national leaders is expected to endorse an ‘action plan’, demanding ...
By IndepthAfrica
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Jul 2nd, 2013
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By Asa Mugenyi A number of articles have been written on the controversy on the equitable use of River Nile by the River States especially in respect of the recent outburst by Egypt. The source of the Blue Nile and the White Nile are in Ethiopia and Uganda respectively. Lake Victoria contributes abou...
By IndepthAfrica
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Apr 11th, 2013
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Adofo, Rockson Hurray! – Electoral Commission’s Latest Behaviour Signals the Impending Downfall of President Mahama Some people have nicknamed me “The Article Man”. However, I would rather prefer to be called “The Wise One from Kumawu/Asiampa or The Defender of the Defen...
By IndepthAfrica
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Feb 25th, 2013
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David Cameron’s ancestors were among the wealthy families who received generous reparation payments that would be worth millions of pounds in today’s money. The true scale of Britain’s involvement in the slave trade has been laid bare in documents revealing how the country’s w...
By IndepthAfrica
In Middle East
Feb 21st, 2013
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By Jeremy Salt – Ankara In a recent article (‘Viewpoint: Echoes of Spanish civil war in Syria’, BBC News Magazine, October 9, 2012), Fouad Ajami has drawn parallels between the Spanish civil war and the conflict in Syria. He compares the cruelty of the warring sides, which is accurate eno...
By IndepthAfrica
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Feb 7th, 2013
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The realization of duties is very significant often to standardize for the services delivered in a good quality and reliable levels. The government has different agencies and units that involved in very huge and serious tasks which are the heart of the governmental systematically operations always an...
By IndepthAfrica
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Dec 6th, 2012
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By Ismail Einashe I recently gave a talk for Radio 4’s Four Thought series, exploring the links between childhood war trauma suffered by young Somali men and the way some are drawn to violent gang culture. Like other young Somali men I arrived in Britain in the 1990s as a child refugee fresh from the...