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Street Child World Cup: 'We should be treated the same as your children' | Global development

Street Child World Cup: 'We should be treated the same as your children' | Global development

THE GUARDIAN | on Tue, Apr 15, 9:39 AM

Street children who travelled to Brazil to compete in a World Cup of their own had some clear messages for the wider worldGilbert Azango knows only too well the dangers of life on the street. The 15-year-old lived on the Kibarani rubbish dump in...
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on Tue Apr 15 8:55 AM

Constitutional Review Proposes Radical Changes to Citizenship Law (Page 1 of 4)


[African Arguments]Tanzania is just starting a major debate on a new constitution for the country, to replace the version adopted in 1977. Among the many reforms proposed to existing laws, the draft proposed by the Constitutional Review Commission...
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on Sun Apr 13 12:00 PM

Rwanda, the world's swiftest genocide


Initially reported to be spontaneous, 1994's genocide was long planned, and left more than 800,000 people dead, including about 70 percent of all the Tutsis in Rwanda.
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on Sat Apr 12 5:01 AM

3 Injured in Tanzania Kq Plane Mishap


[Capital FM]Nairobi -Three passengers were slightly injured during evacuation following a mishap involving a Kenya Airways plane in Tanzania.
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on Fri Apr 11 11:42 AM

Walk a Nile in his shoes: British man trekking full length of Nile River


Year-long, 6,400-kilometre journey along the world’s longest river will see the former British army captain pass through seven countries
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on Fri Apr 11 3:43 AM

UN Concerned At 'Troubling' Political Developments in Burundi


[UN News]The United Nations today called on the Government of Burundi to address ongoing political violence and restrictions on human rights, saying it is receiving "troubling" information about recent developments in the country.
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on Thu Apr 10 11:24 AM

Savvy Meerkats Decide Photographer Would Be A Better Lookout Post Than Portrait Taker


When wildlife photographer Will Burrard-Lucas spent six days photographing a meerkat family in the Makgadikgadi region in Botswanna, these cheeky fellows gave him much more than he bargained for. Instead of fearing the towering mammal that...
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on Thu Apr 10 9:25 AM

Will Increased Food Production Devour Tropical Forest Lands? by William Laurance: Yale Environment 360


As global population soars, efforts to boost food production will inevitably be focused on the world’s tropical regions. Can this agricultural transformation be achieved without destroying the remaining tropical forests of Africa, South America,...
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on Thu Apr 10 8:07 AM

Fighting an Invisible Enemy (Page 1 of 4)


[IRIN]Bishongera -It is difficult to identify the fighters of the Forces Démocratiques pour la Libération du Rwanda (FDLR), one of the many armed groups active in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), some of whose leaders played a key...
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on Wed Apr 9 2:41 AM

What Does Nigeria's New GDP Number Actually Mean? (Page 1 of 5)


[African Arguments]So it's official. The long overdue and widely anticipated GDP revision in Nigeria has arrived. And it was certainly worth the wait.
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