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3 hrs ago | Foreign Policy
Since the Islamic State captured Mosul last month, it has burned shops selling alcohol, ordered veils placed over the faces of mannequins in store windows, and implemented discriminatory policies that forced the majority of the city's Christians to flee.
9 hrs ago | The Janesville Gazette
Last week, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria - the extremist movement occupying large swaths of territory in the region - forced the last Christians out of the Iraqi city of Mosul.
13 hrs ago | Real Clear Politics
The Greater Indian Ocean is the maritime organizing principle of geopolitics, uniting the entire arc of Islam , East Africa, the Indian subcontinent and Southeast Asia.
14 hrs ago | American Reporter
Dear Sen.Obama: Thanks for repudiating Gen. Wesley Clark's stupid comments regarding John McCain's military service and preparedness to be Commander in Chief.
Ethiopia has been a threat to the peace and stability of the Horn Of Africa, the north of Africa as well as Nilotic peoples since the creation of this strange nation of Abyssinia .
Reminiscences on the dark chapter of the deeds of colonial masters during the scramble for and partition of Africa is not in anyway, meant to revisit old wounds as that became history with attainment of independence.
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Nelson Mandela was not only a great leader; he was a student of great leadership.
People around the world will celebrate "Mandela Day" Friday for the first time since the iconic South African leader's death by doing good deeds on what would have been his 96th birthday.
Taking over the pulpit at Knox United Church last month, Rev. Mokwadi Basele comes to the community from southern Africa and is already feeling the warmth of Canadian hospitality.
News24 user Miriam Mannak submitted these great photos of the weekend snowfall n the Western Cape.
Western countries are using aid to Africa as a smokescreen to hide the "sustained looting" of the continent as it loses nearly $60bn a year through tax evasion, climate change mitigation, and the flight of profits earned by foreign multinational companies, a group of NGOs has claimed.
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 03:47 pm
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