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Africa Last Updated: May 23, 2015 - 6:57:20 AM


Africa
Famed Mercenary Eeben Barlow And His Dogs of War Chase Boko Haram From Nigeria
Show That They Still Have What it Takes To Scare Off A Bunch of Bloodthirsty Thugs.

May 23, 2015 - 6:56:03 AM

Africa
Guinea Bissau Sidelines Top Brass in Bid to End Coups
Relaxing in flip-flops in a shady corner of his farm near a pile of freshly-raked cashew nuts, the former head of Guinea Bissau's army General Antonio Indjai says he has turned in his weapons and his days as a coup leader are over.

May 22, 2015 - 8:49:28 AM

Africa
Frontieres africaines 1964-2014 - Le defi de l intangibilite
Géopolitique de l’Afrique. Au moment des indépendances africaines, il a été décidé de ne pas changer les frontières, pourtant héritées de la colonisation. Cinquante ans après, quel bilan peut-on faire de l’intangibilité des frontières africaines ? Voici une réponse claire, précise et stimulante.

May 22, 2015 - 8:38:15 AM

Africa
Drug Addiction in Africa
Sitting in Zimbabwe’s capital, Harare, at a bar intriguingly named Pariah State, a young woman begins one of those mundane seasonal chats strangers share – How was Christmas? Isn’t the rain relentless? Any plans for New Year’s?

May 22, 2015 - 8:33:36 AM

Africa
La rebellion touareg du Mali au-dela des cliches
Revendiqué par les «hommes bleus», le nord du Mali est peuplé principalement de populations subsahariennes. Une zone enclavée, longtemps négligée avant d’être favorisée par une politique de décentralisation dans les années 90. Une terre où les identités sont en conflit persistant.

May 22, 2015 - 8:28:56 AM

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