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With Gatherings Banned Amid Turmoil, Tunisians Can Only Watch. And Wait.

With Gatherings Banned Amid Turmoil, Tunisians Can Only Watch. And Wait.

Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story With Gatherings Banned Amid Turmoil, Tunisians Can Only Watch. And Wait. Days after their president staged a power grab, threatening their young…

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Uganda Detains Weight Lifter Who Went Missing in Japan

Uganda Detains Weight Lifter Who Went Missing in Japan

Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story Uganda Detains Weight Lifter Who Went Missing in Japan Ugandan authorities said they were looking into possible fraud in the case of…

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The Fisherwomen, Chevron and the Leaking Pipe

The Fisherwomen, Chevron and the Leaking Pipe

While out fishing with some other women one day, Onitsha Joseph saw oil bubbling to the river’s surface, and knew they had found the source of the spill. The Fisherwomen, Chevron and the Leaking Pipe…

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One by One, African Countries Dismantle Colonial-Era Death Penalty Laws

One by One, African Countries Dismantle Colonial-Era Death Penalty Laws

Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story One by One, African Countries Dismantle Colonial-Era Death Penalty Laws In a unanimous vote by lawmakers, Sierra Leone became the 23rd African…

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One by One, African Countries Dismantle Colonial-Era Death Penalty Laws

One by One, African Countries Dismantle Colonial-Era Death Penalty Laws

Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story One by One, African Countries Dismantle Colonial-Era Death Penalty Laws Sierra Leone became the 23rd African country to abolish capital punishment. Critics…

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One by One, African Countries Dismantle Colonial-Era Death Penalty Laws

One by One, African Countries Dismantle Colonial-Era Death Penalty Laws

Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story One by One, African Countries Dismantle Colonial-Era Death Penalty Laws Sierra Leone appeared set to become the 23rd African country to abolish…

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U.S. Military Conducts a Drone Strike Against Shabab Fighters in Somalia

U.S. Military Conducts a Drone Strike Against Shabab Fighters in Somalia

Biden’s Agenda liveDaily Political ReportIncrease in Child Tax CreditTaxing the Rich$4 Trillion Economic Plan Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story U.S. Military Conducts a Drone Strike Against Shabab…

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You’re Missing Microbes. But Is ‘Rewilding’ the Way to Get Them Back?

Credit…Steve Gschmeissner/Science Source SectionsSkip to contentSkip to site index You’re Missing Microbes. But Is ‘Rewilding’ the Way to Get Them Back? The science behind the idea of restoring the intestinal microbiome to an ancestral state…

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The New Magazines and Journals Shaping Africa’s Literary Scene

The New Magazines and Journals Shaping Africa’s Literary Scene

Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story The New Magazines and Journals Shaping Africa’s Literary Scene Lolwe, Doek and other digital publications are helping to amplify new voices from…

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Regrets in South Africa After Lives and Livelihoods Lost in Mass Unrest

Regrets in South Africa After Lives and Livelihoods Lost in Mass Unrest

Ex-South African President Arrested Charges Against Jacob ZumaDefying Court OrdersScandal and MismanagementZuma’s Legacy Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story Regrets in South Africa After Lives and Livelihoods Lost…

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