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The complexities of justice

By bringing guilty fellow Africans to book we will start to repair our own hurt, argues Ike Oguine.

A narrow victory

Africans are desperate to protect hard-won democracy, as Ike Oguine explains.

The have nots

Choosing a baby to die - and a map of buried treasure. Eduardo Galeano contemplates the have-nots in the 10th part of his Windows series.

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Rainbow Warriors

Gays are the rainbow warriors, delivering some of the best news in human history, believes Eduardo Galeano.

Filed in: Christianity, Gay Rights and Religion

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Sonia Gandhi's country

Following Sonia Gandhi's refusal of the Indian premiership, Urvashi Butalia delves into the meaning of ‘nationality'.

Filed in: India

Nollywood looks to the future

There's Hollywood and Bollywood. Now there's Nollywood too: Nigeria's video movie industry is the third most vibrant in the world, as Ike Oguine explains.

Filed in: Africa and Nigeria

The Lessons of War

Afonso Dhlakama of Renamo may once have been sponsored by apartheid South Africa but he deserves more influence in the democratic Mozambique of today, argues Ike Oguine.

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A feeling of helplessness

Kashmiri poet Murtaza Shibli works on the London Underground, where he thought he was safe from bombings and destruction – until 7/7.

Filed in: Kashmir, Terrorism and United Kingdom

Geetaben and Shakila

Urvashi Butalia expresses her despair over the mass killings in Gujarat, India.

Questions

Eternal questions from Eduardo Galeano in the latest instalment of his Windows series.

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