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Power rests in the hands of a corrupt military and political oligarchy that denies people the right to self-determination,...

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Tax havens, transnational companies and climate change: the world keeps exploiting Africa. Matthew Bramall...

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Human traffickers in Libya might be benefiting from a controversial EU training program worth millions. Karlos...

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In most areas, pasture, water and food supplies are totally depleted, writes Nick Guttmann.

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Swazi youth call for international pressure on their country's absolute monarchy to introduce multi-party elections. ...

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Rebecca Cooke meets young women in Mozambique who are defying the odds and resisting child marriage.

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A two year investigation reveals the US military’s poor treatment of contract workers on the controversial island. ...

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Where is the support for Zonke Dlamini, asks his co-accused, Bheki Dlamini, who was released without charge. By Peter...

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Tatiana Vivienne reaches out to women in the violence-torn Central African Republic. She talks to ...

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The story of rapper Luaty Beirão, who dares to talk democracy in Angola. By Marc Herzog.

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Somalia today is more like a political marketplace than a modern nation-state, writes Claire Elder.

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To celebrate World Radio Day, New Internationalist profiles the pioneers of Africa’s first all-female radio station, by...

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The government is trying to ‘shut down’ the internet, but some of Addis Ababa’s young techies are one step ahead. ...

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Bishop Johannes Seoka takes the mining company to task, nearly five years after the massacre.

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Diplomacy has failed, and the international media has turned its back. But the crisis is continuing, writes Philip...

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Chris Brazier's full interview with François Moné, the village's latest Chief.

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