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  Written by: Meshack Masibo Some say it was the theft of 300 cows, others the murders of five Muslim Fulani herders by young Christian farmers. But exactly what sparked the slaughter of more than 200 people in central Nigeria – and who was behind it – remains a mystery. The only certainty is that …

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By: Danson Dansonx On the 12th of June 2018, US President Donald Trump met his North Korean counterpart Chairman Kim Jong Un in a highly anticipated and historic meeting that brought together the leaders who both lead nuclearized states and who in the last couple of months have been in a tense verbal confrontation. The …

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By: Danson Dansonx After many threats to release the names of those involved in NYS corruption scandals both one and two, Nyali Mp., Mohamed Ali has sensationally hit the headline by coming out guns blazing with a breaking news list of the purported 10 most corrupt individuals, who we can without fear see are either …

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By Martin Wakaba – an individual who is keen on developmental concepts As a dominant political dogma in the world, Liberalism has been practiced in most societies. Liberalism refers to a political philosophy that is founded on the concepts of fairness and freedom to craft an ideology of equality and liberty. Through centralist, Centre-right and …

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Plans will put the UK at the forefront of global efforts to address the drastic decline in the elephant population Environment Secretary proposes a ban on ivory sales to help bring an end to elephant poaching. Ban will prohibit the sale of ivory items of all ages. Plans will put the UK at the forefront of …

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The Young Leaders programme places a spotlight on young people between the ages of 18-30 from around the world, and across many different issues, who are leading positive change towards a sustainable future The United Nations announced on Saturday that it was seeking applications for its second class of Young Leaders for the Sustainable Development …

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Africa remains the most marginalized of all continents, and therefore talk of an ‘African Renaissance’ and of ‘fastest growing economies’ is misplaced and premature, Eritrea’s top foreign affairs official told the United Nations General Assembly today. “We should not flatter ourselves, or allow others to flatter us,” said Minister for Foreign Affairs Osman Saleh Mohammed …

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It is time to take “concrete measures” to realize gender equality and women’s rights in the economy, the UN Secretary-General said in New York on Tuesday. António Guterres was speaking at a roundtable discussion looking at actions and commitments needed to bring about women’s economic empowerment, held on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly. …

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What is the doctrine of the Rule of Law? In the ancient times there was no law or any form of regulation to inform how people relate with one another. There was no law or regulation in place to protect people’s property or to guarantee peace and security. This kind of situation provided a conducive …

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More than 1.5 million vulnerable children across West and Central Africa risk going to school hungry or dropping out altogether, due to lack of financing for nourishing school meals from the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP), the agency announced at the start of the 2017-2018 school year. Altogether, WFP’s regional programme faces an US$76 …

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