Wikileaks

By IndepthAfrica
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Jan 23rd, 2014
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If one asks the question “who benefits from the South Sudanese civil war?” the answer is clear. The USA is presently the ONLY beneficiary of the ongoing horrors in South Sudan for this latest round of conflict has once again shut down the Chinese run oil fields in the country. The USA has determined ...
By IndepthAfrica
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Sep 23rd, 2013
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By Hindessa Abdul As the new Ethiopian year 2006 dawned, the president of the country – weeks before his final days in office – pardoned about 400 prisoners. Hopes of the release of journalists and activists who could use his gestures evaporated in to thin air when family members told the...
By IndepthAfrica
In Djibouti
May 13th, 2013
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Minister of Water Resources and Irrigation Mohamed Bahaa ElDin said on Saturday that Egypt does not oppose the establishment of development projects or dams along the Nile River as long as it does not affect water distribution between countries. Bahaa ElDin’s statement, made during an interview on a ...
By IndepthAfrica
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Mar 25th, 2013
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By Dr. Michael J.K. Bokor Now that we are deep into discussing the suit brought against the NPP’s Akufo-Addo by retired Supreme Court Judge Francis Kpegah and its entailments, we can’t discontinue just because our comments hurt some people. We will continue to look far afield to seek answers to perti...
By IndepthAfrica
In Southern Africa
Feb 20th, 2013
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Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe said on Wednesday on the eve of his 89th birthday he owed his long life to God and revealed that he suffers loneliness from the loss of friends and relatives. “It’s him, our creator, who is responsible for the fact that I am 89,” Mugabe told guests at a party at [...]...
By IndepthAfrica
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Jan 10th, 2013
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by Betre Yacob Independent human rights organizations such as Human Rights Watch, Amnesty international, and the Anti-Torture Committee of the United Nations have several times reported of systematic persecution as well as use of violence and torture against Ethiopian journalists, opposition politica...
By IndepthAfrica
In Europe
Nov 28th, 2012
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(Reuters) – WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is suffering from a chronic lung ailment that could worsen at any time and is being checked regularly by doctors, the Andean country’s ambassador to Britain said on Wednesday. Assange, 41, whose website angered the United States by releasing th...
By IndepthAfrica
In East Africa
Nov 19th, 2012
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New research has suggested there is sufficient water in the Nile to support all 10 countries it flows through. This emerged on Monday as Ethiopia’s massive dam-building plans continued to cause disquiet in downstream Egypt. Simon Langan, the head of East Africa and Nile Basin Office of the Internatio...
By IndepthAfrica
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Oct 30th, 2012
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Abay will be built by any means. We will not stop by biased untrue baseless and old information from the opposition group radical/extremists/vocal or ruthless individuals. In fact nowadays you cannot fool us three times. You have to stop from injecting your hatred, xenophobic slogans by putting out b...
By IndepthAfrica
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Oct 19th, 2012
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By DEBAY TADESSE Until the recent positive signs of cooperation between some of the Nile riparian states, disputes between the downstream and upper riparian states over rights to the waters of the Nile have been a contentious issue for centuries. The outcome of the Nile water negotiations could have ...