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July 29

  • Africa: Why Obama Launched Mandela Fellows to Lift Africa [interview]

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    When President Obama told young African leaders on Monday that their fellowship program was being renamed to honor Nelson Mandela, it was an emotional moment for Richard Stengel,... Read more »

  • Africa: At the African Leaders Summit, Don't Miss the Stories [guest column]

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    I have been working in Africa for decades – and they have been eventful ones. Read more »



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July 25

  • Africa: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back?

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    While a number of African countries have recently made some progress in improving the quality of life of their people, nearly as many are backsliding, according to the latest... Read more »



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July 21

  • Africa: Putting U.S.-Africa Summit on Positive Side of History [guest column]

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    In two weeks, we will witness a historic happening in Washington, DC, when for the first time, an American president will host African heads-of-state and government to discuss key... Read more »

  • Liberia: Changing Lives on Larger Scale is Goal of Senate Run – Robert Sirleaf [interview]

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    Robert Sirleaf, son of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, has declared his candidacy for senator representing Montserrado County, which includes Liberia's capital, Monrovia. In a... Read more »



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July 09

  • Liberia: 'You Ain't Know Ebola in Town?' [Blog]

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    The kids chatted happily as they gathered around a community well, carrying buckets and jerry cans to fill with water for their households. They were in a buoyant mood, but it... Read more »



July 08



July 01

  • Ghana: Marchers Petition President Over 'Worsening Conditions'

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    Hundreds of Ghanaians are staging an "unprecedented" demonstration in front of the presidential palace to protest against what they say is the country's worsening economic... Read more »

  • Nigeria: 'Very Talented' Super Eagles Full of Promise

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    Nigeria showed against France on Monday that they are a side full of promise but far from the finished article. Read more »

  • Algeria: Algeria Prepare for Life after Coach Halilhodzic

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    Algeria have much to be proud of at the World Cup in Brazil, but now must ponder an uncertain future without coach Vahid Halilhodzic. Read more »

  • Cameroon: Indomitable Lions Accused of World Cup Match-Fixing

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    Cameroon's football federation will investigate allegations of match-fixing by seven of their players at the World Cup in Brazil, Reuters has reported. Read more »

  • Algeria: Germany End Africa's World Cup Dream

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    Algeria fought hard but were found wanting in extra-time as they lost 2-0 to Germany to see Africa's last entrant tumble out of the World Cup in Porto Alegre. Read more »



June 30

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