Indepth Africa Magazine

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Jun 21st, 2013
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(WASHINGTON DC) – The following is an open memo to President Barack Obama on the eve of his second visit to Africa   Your Excellency,   Shortly, you and your family will board Air Force One and head to Africa, on a journey that will take you to Senegal, Tanzania and South Africa. Duri...
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In Angola
Jun 21st, 2013
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AFRICANS have been used to visitors with big entourages and exotic baggage, at least since European explorers first traipsed through their savannahs at the head of long trains of porters laden with trunks full of florid crockery, even libraries. But when Barack Obama sets foot in Africa on June 26th ...
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Jun 20th, 2013
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Exploiting Africa’s most precious resource: children. Photography Credits: Keith Harmon Snow (where noted) (WASHINGTON DC) – All those that are justified, God vouchsafed, in and for the sake of his only Son Jesus Christ, to make partakers of the grace of adoption, by which they are taken ...
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In Djibouti
Jun 19th, 2013
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By KIRUBEL TADESSE, AP ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (AP) — Ethiopia has admitted to fielding an ineligible player in World Cup qualifying, meaning it is likely to be stripped of three points and that its celebration of a place in Africa’s final playoffs may have been premature. The Ethiopia Football F...
By IndepthAfrica
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Jun 10th, 2013
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Meles Zenawi is dead. Meles Zenawi is alive. I am afraid in our case both statements are true. We saw the tyrant being buried or placed six foot under and the extraordinary sendoff orchestrated by his politburo in living color. The whole country was on stand still for a week or so to bury the [&helli...
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In Djibouti
Jun 6th, 2013
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(Reuters) Egypt will demand Ethiopia stop building a dam on one of the main tributaries of the Nile, a senior government aide said on Wednesday, ramping up a confrontation over the project that Egypt fears will affect its main source of water. Ethiopia set off alarm bells in Cairo last week when it b...
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Jun 5th, 2013
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Currently within Toronto a debate is being discussed on whether sex-education needs to be overhauled to include homosexuality, transgender updates in the curriculum; whilst also introducing it, at a younger age of around nine years. The issue of Culture and the war on morality is now being rehashed a...
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In Alemayehu G. Mariam
Jun 3rd, 2013
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On Ginbot 20, 1983 (Ethiopian calendar; [5/28/1991]), Meles Zenawi and thousands of his guerilla fighters marched into Addis Ababa toting AK-47s, RPGs and hand grenades. They marched into the capital promising democracy, freedom and liberation from a brutal military dictatorship. The people of the ca...
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In Djibouti
Jun 3rd, 2013
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Israel has reached an agreement with an unspecified state willing to absorb illegal Eritrean migrants, and is in advanced talks with two other states seeking to reach similar agreements regarding the deportation of illegal Sudanese migrants. Attorney Yochi Gnessin, who represents the State Prosecutio...
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May 30th, 2013
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It is obvious that almost all African nations know nothing about the existing ground reality in Somaliland, the self proclaimed state in the horn of Africa. Now it is about 22 years of self-governing in that region after regaining their lost independence in 1960. As a short history, Somaliland gained...