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Anti-Karega Protests In Kinshasa Turn Chaotic

  23/09 | The situation in the DRC’s Captial Kinshasa can be described as bloody as protestors demanding for the immediate departure of the (...)

Largest Tobacco Companies Fail To Advance Harm Reduction – Study

  23/09 | The first Tobacco Transformation Index (www.TobaccoTransformationIndex.org), released this week and made possible with funding from the (...)

Former President Of Ivory Cost Calls For Civil Disobedience

  23/09 | Tensions are mounting in Côte d’Ivoire with less than six weeks to the presidential election, scheduled for October 31. Ivorian media (...)

Umrah Pilgrimage For Muslims Resumes In October

  23/09 | Saudi Arabia Interior Ministry said Tuesday that umrah pilgrimage for Muslims resumes from October 4. The Saudi King Salman, the (...)

Algeria : Strengthening Parasitic and Dependent Capitalism

  23/09 | The economic conference of August 18 and 19 had the immense advantage of revealing to us the economic vision of the current Algerian (...)

Kagame Pays Tribute To Shimon Peres

  22/09 | Due to COVID-19, Israelis are honoring ninth President, Shimon Peres, virtually. Friends of Israeli are also joining the ceremony, (...)

Agroluum Company Seeks To Empower Rwandans On Food Development

  22/09 | Yossi Abadi, CEO of Agriculture and Food Independence Company Agroluum, advocates urgent change in sustainable food development on the (...)

Rayon Sports Football Club Management Dissolved

  22/09 | Rayon Sports Football Club one of Rwanda’s most popular soccer clubs has this afternoon dissolved its management and is expected to (...)

Mbappe to Liverpool, Aouar to Arsenal

22/09 | Kylian Mbappe one of the world’s best forwards is highly expected to move to Liverpool. The French star will be looking to add European (...)

Surrendered Rebels Loot Market 50Km North Of Goma

22/09 | Several shops have been looted by an army of over 500 rebels formerly aligned to the Nduma Defense of Congo—Renovated, a militia that (...)

Modern Diet And Sedentary Lifestyle : What’s The Impact On Our Health ?

22/09 | Food systems emerged with the dawn of civilization when agriculture, including the domestication of animals, set the stage for (...)

Destruction Of Juukan Cave A Loss To Humanity

21/09 | The Anglo-Australian multinational company Rio Tinto – the largest iron ore mining company in the world – demolished two 46,000-year-old (...)


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