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    Yahya Jammeh’s Evil Legacy: Stealing Elections, Citizen Killings and Illegal Detentions

    Yahya Jammeh’s Evil Legacy: Stealing Elections, Citizen Killings and Illegal Detentions

    “Everyone is free. You can do whatever you want, because this is a democratic country. You can express yourself. No one can kill you.”

      Yahya Jammeh’s Evil Legacy: Stealing Elections, Citizen Killings and Illegal Detentions

      “Everyone is free. You can do whatever you want, because this is a democratic country. You can express yourself. No one can kill you.”

        Remembering Patrice Lumumba, Another African Hero killed by the West

        The continent will always remember Lumumba as a man who could have changed the African narrative

          The Evil Legacies of Africa’s Most Loved Heroes: Muammar Gaddafi

          You just need to be anti-West and to become a continental hero beyond reproach.

            Obama Immortalized: Scientists Name 9 Animals in His Honor

            Scientists have shown appreciation for America’s President Barack Obama’s leadership by naming nine new species after him.

              Robert Smith: A ‘Quiet’ American Billionaire Sponsoring Nigeria’s Rescued Chibok Girls

              An African-American billionaire, Robert Fredrick Smith, is supporting rescued Chibok girls to gain an education, as they are being prepared for reintegration into the society after several months in captivity.

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              Moroccan Jews’ Departure to Israel Regretted in Morocco

              Moroccan Jews’ Departure to Israel Regretted in Morocco

              In the city of Sefrou, there is a grotto in the hill at the entrance of the city called kaf al-moumen “the cave of the faithful,” a site where, both Muslims and Jews, believe that their saints are buried inside.

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              Moroccan Jews’ Departure to Israel Regretted in Morocco

              In the city of Sefrou, there is a grotto in the hill at the entrance of the city called kaf al-moumen “the cave of the faithful,” a site where, both Muslims and Jews, believe that their saints are buried inside.

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              Yahya Jammeh: The Butterfly That Calls Itself A Bird

              Yahya Jammeh had declared that only God can remove him from power even if he chooses to rule for 1 billion years.

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              Yahya Jammeh Must Go

              Yahya Jammeh must respect the will of the Gambian people and hand over power peacefully.

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              Is Democracy Viable in The MENA Region?

              Even though there are many obstacles preventing the nations of the Arab Spring uprisings from achieving democracy, there is still hope.

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              African Regionalism: Lessons From Donald Trump and Brexit

              Even before globalisation had convalesced from the aftershocks of Brexit another telling blow was dealt by the shock election of Trump as US president-elect.

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              Fidel Castro: A True Friend of Africa

              The red flag flies at half-mast in honor of Fidel Castro: A true hero of Africa’s liberation struggle.

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              Arab Spring: A Broken Dream

              But even if this spring has never materialized, it has allowed the Arab masses to get some experience and maturity for the next wave of uprisings to come.

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              Trump Doctrine and Morocco

              The United States needs Morocco in its fight against terrorism in Africa and elsewhere and also needs it, somewhat, as a stepping-stone for trade and exchange in Africa.

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              Magufuli’s Visit Should End the Tension Between Tanzania and Kenya

              Magufuli’s visit to Kenya is an attempt to reset bilateral relations with Kenya which, at best, have been lukewarm under his watch.

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              Decolonizing Publication

              Projects to decolonize knowledge challenge hierarchically institutional(ized) writing and reading cultures through pivots of concrete everyday action as well as through visionary transformations.

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              “We Are One People,” Doesn't Mean Race No Longer Matters

              Race does matter. We have to acknowledge and accept the inevitability, diversity and permanence of our differences before we can think of unity.

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              Moroccan Fishmonger’s Death Triggers Popular Outcry

              The accidental death of Mouhcine Fikri, a fishmonger inside a garbage compacter van in the Amazigh/Berber militant city of Alhoceima almost triggered a national revolution.

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              How Modern-Day Liberal Internationalism is Fundamentally Neocolonialist

              The most dangerous part of a rich foreigner helping poor locals "develop" is how they inadvertently mention how certain "universal" values and ideologies are the basis for people to get richer and more civilized. This is neocolonialism at its finest.

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              The Islamist PJD Wins General Elections Once More in Morocco

              Is the return of PJD to the helm of the country the result of God’s sent miracle to humiliate the Pam secularists? The answer is definitely no.

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              Moroccan Political Face-off: Royalists vs Islamists

              Clearly the Islamist time is over for now because since they came to power, critics believe they have been listening and executing the directives of the World Bank to please Western nations more than meeting the needs of the population at large.