Viewpoint

Viewpoint

History shows that wars are not always won with just bombs and bullets. To defeat an enemy and preserve the peace, Soldiers must win the…

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‘A Source of Enduring Pride’

‘A Source of Enduring Pride’

It is said that it is only in the service to one’s fellow human that one’s mettle is truly tested. And the Armed Forces of…

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Algeria’s Ancient Pyramid Tombs Still Shrouded in Mystery

Algeria’s Ancient Pyramid Tombs Still Shrouded in Mystery

Algeria’s pyramid tombs, called the Jeddars, are unique relics of an ancient era. The 13 monuments, whose square stone bases are topped with angular mounds,…

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Malawi Introduces Groundbreaking Malaria Vaccine

Malawi Introduces Groundbreaking Malaria Vaccine

AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE Malawi has launched the world’s first malaria vaccine in a program to prevent a disease that kills hundreds of thousands across Africa and…

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Efforts Could Bring Hope for Snakebite Victims

Efforts Could Bring Hope for Snakebite Victims

In 2015, a puff adder bit 4-year-old Chepchirchir Kiplagat. She lost the use of the left side of her body. Sleeping beside her, 2-year-old Scholar…

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Kenya’s Environmental Warriors

Kenya’s Environmental Warriors

In response to the crisis of deforestation, Soldiers have planted millions of trees Kenyan environmentalist Francis Muhoho says his country is risking an environmental crisis…

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Warm Hearts in a cold land

Warm Hearts in a cold land

Female Malawian Peacekeepers Win the Trust of Locals by Attending to Basic Needs CAPT. WILNED KALIZGAMANGWERE CHAWINGA, MALAWI DEFENCE FORCE International peacekeeping in the Democratic…

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‘They Should be Climbing the Ladder’

‘They Should be Climbing the Ladder’

Bintou Keita, U.N. Assistant Secretary-General for Africa, Discusses the Benefits and Challenges of Bringing More Women into Peacekeeping Originally from Guinea, Bintou Keita joined the…

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Bridge Brings Together The Gambia, Senegal

Bridge Brings Together The Gambia, Senegal

Senegal’s southern Casamance region has long been isolated from the more populous north by a geographic peculiarity: The Gambia, and the namesake river that runs…

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Fighting Ebola Face to Face

Fighting Ebola Face to Face

As the Stubborn Disease Continues in the DRC, Responders Must Build Trust to Succeed Dr. Jean-Christophe Shako went to Butembo, Democratic Republic of the Congo…

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