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By Anthony Chibarirwe, from April 13, 2014 in News »
How the Chad-CAR crisis tells on our volatile religious world
By Richard Palmer, from April 7, 2014 in Analysis »
EU intends to send 800 soldiers, while deepening its trade relationship with other African states.
By Anthony Chibarirwe, from April 3, 2014 in News »
Could following what’s in the Bible have prevented this disease outbreak?
By Richard Palmer, from March 14, 2014 in Top Stories »
How will Europe respond to another radical Islamist uprising in its backyard?
By Anthony Chibarirwe, from February 9, 2014 in News »
It’s more than just another African problem.
By Andrew Miiller, from December 26, 2013 in News »
Because South Sudan is a strategically-located, oil-rich, predominantly-Christian country, both Germany and the Vatican have a deep interest in its political future!
By Andrew Miiller, from December 23, 2013 in Top Stories »
To win at this stage, says American Communist Rick Nagin, we need to emulate the steadfastness shown by Nelson Mandela and the South African Communist Party.
By Callum Wood, from December 17, 2013 in Top Stories »
Is Israel headed for reformation as boycotts and sanctions take their toll?
By Andrew Miiller, from December 16, 2013 in News »
Most people chose to remember Nelson Mandela as they saw him after 1994. One influential South African politician remembers a different side of the story!