Kenya Rolls Out HIV Preventive Measure

Kenya Rolls Out HIV Preventive Measure

VOICE OF AMERICA Thousands of HIV-negative Kenyans will for the first time be placed on daily antiretroviral medication in a bid to prevent new infections….

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Ghana’s Elections are Model for Africa

Ghana’s Elections are Model for Africa

AFRICA CENTER FOR STRATEGIC STUDIES On January 7, 2017, Ghana held its seventh presidential inauguration since 1992. It marked the third time the party in…

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Archbishop Janani Luwum Martyr of Uganda

Archbishop Janani Luwum Martyr of Uganda

When Janani Luwum, Anglican archbishop of Uganda, stood up to President Idi Amin and his atrocities in 1977, he knew Amin would not tolerate it….

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Where Am I?

Where Am I?

CLUES At 3,415 meters above sea level, this is the highest summit in the Sahara region. The summit has three volcanic craters, two of which overlap….

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Viewpoint

Viewpoint

U.S. Africa Command Staff A weak point anywhere can create problems everywhere. This is the lesson of Libya. Since 2011, the North African nation has…

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Uniting to Stop Drug Trafficking and Related Crimes

Uniting to Stop Drug Trafficking and Related Crimes

Allow me to commend the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Commission, ECOWAS member states and Mauritania, and the U.N. Office on Drugs and…

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South Africa’s Child Book Star  Brings Hope to Children

South Africa’s Child Book Star Brings Hope to Children

AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE South African Michelle Nkamankeng, 7, has become one of the youngest published authors on the continent with a short novel she wrote largely…

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DRC’s Letter Carriers Return to Capital Streets

DRC’s Letter Carriers Return to Capital Streets

AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE After 30 years of turmoil for the postal service in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), letter carriers clad in canary-yellow shirts…

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Residents Bring Colorful New Life to Old Tangiers

Residents Bring Colorful New Life to Old Tangiers

AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE Wall paintings, colorful facades and flowery alleys are brightening up the centuries-old Tangiers medina as residents bring new life to the neglected streets…

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Lifting Up Mental Health in South Africa

Lifting Up Mental Health in South Africa

ADF STAFF Each October, as the South African spring gives way to summer, the sky in Cape Town becomes a kaleidoscope of colors. A surprising…

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