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By IndepthAfrica
In Nigeria
Feb 18th, 2013
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“Around 2010, the then Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Ojo Maduekwe, led a Nigerian delegation that included representatives of the House, the Senate, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Nigeria Drug Law Enforcement Agency, etc, to Indonesian prisons. We met 21 Nigerian condemned prisoners, out of which 19...
By IndepthAfrica
In Article
Jan 25th, 2013
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On January 24 Morocco like the rest of the Muslim world is celebrating Eid Al Mawlid Nabawi, the Birthday of the Prophet Muhammad (12th of Rabî’ al-Awal), an important religious holiday for all Moroccans.  Unlike other muslim countries Moroccan shrines mark the day in a variety of ways: all-night vig...
By IndepthAfrica
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Jan 24th, 2013
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By William Davison & Simon Clark, bloomberg. Zeini Kadir escaped at dawn, when the gates of the house in Dammam, Saudi Arabia, were open for morning prayers. Barefoot, she ended up at an agency catering to Ethiopian workers like her. After flying to Addis Ababa, she rode two buses and walked thre...
By IndepthAfrica
In Djibouti
Jan 13th, 2013
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Demonstrators in Colombo protest against the execution of Rizana Nafeek. Photograph: Dinuka Liyanawatte/Reuters More than 45 foreign maids are facing execution on death row in Saudi Arabia, the Observer has learned, amid growing international outrage at the treatment of migrant workers. The startling...
By benim
In DR Congo
Dec 10th, 2012
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By Jamie Glazov Asia News recently reported how the misogynist crime of female genital mutilation (FGM) continues to be a “widespread traditional practice” in “rural areas and more remote areas of Indonesia, particularly the island of Java.” The story makes sure to remind us, naturally, that while th...
By IndepthAfrica
In Asia
Aug 27th, 2012
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In the past two weeks at least nine Americans have been killed by their Afghan alliesin what is known to as “insider killings.”  Members of the Afghan army, having been trained and armed by NATO forces, are turning their weapons in increasing numbers against their foreign allies, killing at least 40 ...
By IndepthAfrica
In News
Aug 4th, 2012
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Gunmen in Nigeria have stormed a Dutch oil barge off the coast, killing two Nigerian navy sailors and kidnapping four foreigners, a naval officer says. The navy has joined the search for the gunmen off the Niger Delta. Two navy sailors, among a group providing security, were wounded in the raid. The ...
By IndepthAfrica
In Uncategorized
Feb 1st, 2012
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Welcome to the new INTERPOL – the International Criminal Police Organization — a carbon copy of the INTERPOL that was briefly headquartered in Berlin under the Nazi regime. Today, INTERPOL, an international law enforcement agency composed of 190 members nations, INTERPOL, headquartered in Lyon,...
By IndepthAfrica
In Uncategorized
Jan 31st, 2012
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Wayne MADSEN Welcome to the new INTERPOL – the International Criminal Police Organization — a carbon copy of the INTERPOL that was briefly headquartered in Berlin under the Nazi regime. Today, INTERPOL, an international law enforcement agency composed of 190 members nations, INTERPOL, headquart...
By benim
In News
Nov 24th, 2011
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Nigeria, Indonesia and North Korea have the world’s highest rates of deforestation while China and the United States, the top two greenhouse gas polluters, have the lowest, a global ranking released on Thursday shows. Growing demand for food and biofuels, rising populations, poverty and corrupt...