Africa Newswire (Page 2)

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Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Africa. (Page 2)

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  1. GLI releases draft event wagering technical standardRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 6 | RGT Online

    ... Leveraging its decades of extensive global sports/event wagering experience throughout markets in Australia, Europe, Africa, Latin America, Canada and the U.S. (Nevada), GLI's global team of sports betting experts has been working closely with ...

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  2. Michael William Gilbert: Radio OmnibusRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 5 | All About Jazz

    ... Keyboardist joins Gilbert on this and other tracks. Influenced by the music of Stockhausen, Varese, and the musics of Africa, India, and Japan, Gilbert's music holds an inherent sense of movement, an integral element of music and thought that most ...

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  3. COLUMN: Together Americans can bridge the divides that seem to exist at all levelsRead the original story

    Monday Jun 4 | ABC News

    ... few years ago. The power structure of America is fundamentally shifting, that we may need to take a lesson from South Africa in the aftermath of apartheid. In America for 240 years, white Christian heterosexual men have basically held nearly all ...

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  4. Victor Davis HansonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 4 | Jewish World Review

    ... is why foreign-imposed dynasties and empires eventually conquered the city-states Most of the Middle East and Africa remain plagued by tribalism. In Iraq, a civil servant sees himself first as Shiite or Sunni rather than Iraqi, and acts accordingly. ...

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  5. 19 Years After: Nigeria not a democracy but a hybrid system - OlusolaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 2 | Vanguard

    ... not done badly at all. We are still evolving and in no distant time, Nigeria's democracy will be a reference point in Africa. A global measure of democracy is confidence in government. Nigeria's democracy is terribly defective at the moment. Nigeria ...

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  6. Where are the peace keepers?Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 2 | Vanguard

    ... that has recorded litanies of deaths due to insurgen-cies and insecurity are busy sending troops to other parts of Africa, like Liberia for peacekeeping. Whereas most parts of the country have now been invaded by terrorists. The soldiers themselves ...

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  7. Theater reviews: 5 new Broadway shows to get you ready for June's Tony AwardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 2 | Deseret News

    ... elements like social media (and the effect of bullying in an online world). In "Mean Girls," Cady Heron moves from Africa to the suburbs and becomes a deer in the headlights as she's thrust into the complicated world that is high school. She ...

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  8. Meet, kill, eatRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 1 | Bangkok Post

    ... scary thing was not knowing what was going to happen. There were The Moran tribes are the soldiers of the Maasai in Africa. They have to protect their land and their cows, but they're just kids. It's an : the most important and necessary facts, ...

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  9. The US learned the wrong lessons from the Niger ambushRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 1 | Washington Examiner

    The war against al Qaeda and the Islamic State in Africa is a frequently-overlooked part of America's counterterrorism effort. Although the deaths of four Americans in Niger on October 4 brought America's presence in Africa to the forefront of the national consciousness, the response to the tragic experience does not address the fundamental shortcomings of U.S. engagement in the Sahel region.

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  10. Journey into Europe' - discussing Islamophobia as a sociological occurrenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 1 | Daily Times

    ... the traditional paradigm of the social sciences' (a Pakistani examining Europe instead of Europeans studying Asia or Africa) divorces the imperialist lens lending insight. To his credit, Ahmed, for the most part, succeeds in avoiding preachy ...

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  11. Ethiopia Already Is the a China of AfricaaRead the original story

    Thursday May 31 | Walta Information Centre

    Will Ethiopia become "the China of Africa"? The question often comes up in an economic context: Ethiopia's growth rate is expected to be 8.5 percent this year, topping China's projected 6.5 percent. Over the past decade, Ethiopia has averaged about 10 percent growth.

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  12. Imperator: Rome is Grand Strategy on a Scale We've Never Seen BeforeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 31 | IGN

    ... has ever looked. Rome may be the star of the show, but the map sprawls from Ireland in the Northeast to the Horn of Africa in the far South to the entirety of India and parts of Tibet in the East, even encompassing a small part of Norway and Sweden ...

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  13. Libyan Factions Agree to Elections Despite Deep DivisionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 29 | The New York Times

    ... and Western powers. "Today's meeting was inclusive," said DorothA e Schmid, who leads the Middle East and North Africa section of the French Institute for International Relations. "France is backing the U.N. process, and that is progress," she ...

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  14. All the Celebrity Commencement Speeches of 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 29 | She Knows

    ... would have been there anyway, since one of her "daughter girls" - a mentee from the school Winfrey founded in South Africa - was part of the graduating class. She reminded graduates that they are now in a position to keep people in power "in check" ...

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  15. Ethiopia Already Is the - China of Africa'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 29 | Bloomberg

    Will Ethiopia become "the China of Africa"? The question often comes up in an economic context: Ethiopia's growth rate is expected to be 8.5 percent this year, topping China's projected 6.5 percent. Over the past decade, Ethiopia has averaged about 10 percent growth.

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  16. Victor Davis Hanson:Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 29 | Jewish World Review

    ... fundamentalism are found only either in the West proper, or in a few Westernized nations in Asia, Latin America, and Africa. It may now be politically incorrect to suggest that, compared to countries like Afghanistan and Rwanda, different premises ...

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  17. Roger Hanson: The torturous path to finding the source of the NileRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 28 | Taranaki Daily News

    It's one of the world's most famous waterways but the source of the Nile was still a mystery in 1860. In November 1861, one year after leaving the port of Zanzibar on the east coast of Africa, John Hanning Speke and James Augustus Grant marched into what is modern day Uganda.

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  18. A Chinese gamer in make-up and costume poses with the caption "Welcome to Africa". Photo: WeiboRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 28 | South China Morning Post

    ... the most fortunate. If there is a turnaround in a player's fortune they are described as "stealing into Europe from Africa". Gamers can also be seen in images and videos posted on social media mocking themselves as unlucky. One popular video shows ...

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  19. How Multicultural, Intersectional Post-Colonialism Takes us Back to the Middle AgesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 28 | The Jewish Press

    ... the development of free societies and abetted kleptocratic dictatorships in the developing world, especially in Africa and the Middle East. The permanent instability of many countries, like Iraq and Lebanon, is for the most part a result of the ...

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  20. .com | Africa slowly turning to cremations, though long tabooRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 28 | News24

    Wailing women, long speeches, livestock slaughtered for a feast. For many in Africa, funerals are multi-day gatherings and deeply traditional, with elaborate burial rites to emphasise the belief that the dead are not really dead.

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