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September 15

  • Nigeria: Boko Haram Threat Dangerously Exploited By Elites [analysis]


    The author, who travels widely in Nigeria and interacts with political, business and civil society leaders of varying views, requested that his name not be used. Read more »

  • Africa: Making Trade an Engine for Growth and Development [interview]


    International Trade Centre (ITC) Executive Director Arancha González is passionate about this: Trade brings prosperity and other good things.She spoke to allAfrica at the... Read more »

  • Southern Africa: Regional Leaders Meet Amid Threat of Lesotho Violence


    Southern African regional leaders are holding a mini-summit on Monday amid fears that the political deadlock in Lesotho could lead to violence. Read more »

September 14

  • Africa: Trade Group Promotes Women Power


    Let's say you're an African woman with a fabulous idea, and you build a creative small business around it. You and your associates are euphoric - but then you hit a wall. Read more »

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  • Africa: Obama Commits 'Military Assets' for Ebola Health-Care Surge


    The Ebola crisis in west Africa is " a national security priority" for the United States, President Obama said in an interview on Saturday. Read more »

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September 01

  • Lesotho: Leaders Agree to Reconvene Parliament


    The leaders of Lesotho's coalition government have agreed on a timetable for resuming sittings of the country's Parliament. Read more »

  • Africa: 'Not a Conference, a Conversation'


    Agriculture. Food security. Small-scale farmers. Agriculture research. Did your eyes glaze over? Thought so. The agriculture sector still struggles to shake the perception of being... Read more »

  • Lesotho: Police Absent, Courts Close as Lesotho Crisis Talks Continue


    Talks between Lesotho's coalition partners on the future of the nation's government were continuing in Pretoria on Monday, the country's news services reported. Read more »

August 31

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