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A journey still not completed

Twenty five years ago, Filipinos got rid of Ferdinand Marcos, the dictator who had ruled the country for twenty years…

  • Thu Feb 24 09:14:00 2011
  • Rank: 100

'If they say I am a witch then I must be a witch!'

A disturbing documentary about women condemned as witches and exiled to the village of Gambaga in northern Ghana.…

  • Wed Feb 23 11:16:00 2011
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All aboard Gaddafi?

From buses to mosques, Muammar Gaddafi’s presence is hard to escape in Sierra Leone…

  • Wed Feb 23 07:34:00 2011
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And who’s pushing European Commissioners’ buttons?

MEPs' fury over European Commission secrecy…

  • Tue Feb 22 12:15:33 2011
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Goodbye, blue berets

The last remaining Mongolian guards are leaving Sierra Leone after eight years of service.…

  • Tue Feb 22 09:03:00 2011
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The story with no end in sight

After appeal from top Philippine authorities, China agreed to delay the scheduled execution of three Filipino migrant workers, who are on death row for drug trafficking…

  • Tue Feb 22 04:57:00 2011
  • Rank: 100

The No-Nonsense Guide to Global Finance

Risk-taking is after all what you would expect from entrepreneurs, many of whom have not just made huge fortunes but also lost them in spectacular bankruptcies…

  • Mon Feb 21 07:25:00 2011
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When a general kills himself

The saga of flesh, blood, massive corruption and shopping trips with military money.…

  • Fri Feb 18 04:48:00 2011
  • Rank: 100

'They remove boulders and cross rivers'

History most of us never get to hear about..…

  • Thu Feb 17 06:10:00 2011
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Entertaining the youth

Film and theatre keeps young people out of trouble in Freetown, Sierra Leone.…

  • Wed Feb 16 05:43:00 2011
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