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Can Government Purge Extremism From Islam? - By Paul D. Shinkman April 16, 2015 | 3:20 p.m. EDT

The African nation of Morocco is fighting ISIS and the Houthis abroad while trying to brand a counterinsurgency plan at home.

A Moroccan special forces guard patrols a law enforcement building in Rabat, Morocco, on March 23. 354 more words

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Enchanted Garden

I spent the holidays in Ghana. I can never get enough of my momma’s luscious garden. So refreshing from frigid NY.

Accra

Women Work for Free for Four Months of the Year

While research shows that complete gender equality, with the efforts being put in now, will only be possible in 2095, the gender pay gap will only be totally bridged in 50 years. 449 more words

Leadership

African Union Youth Business Linkages Forum delegates issue statement on Xenophobic attacks in South Africa

WE, the delegates of the inaugural African Union youth business linkages forum upon convening virtually as a Pan African Youth grouping adhere to and attest to the following: 425 more words

Africa

Post CFSIA: Back to Lushoto

I wrote this post on the 12th but was unable to publish it at the time due to spotty Internet, so here it is a little bit late. 297 more words

Travel

Indonesia no debe recibir a Al-Bashir

Diez años después de que la situación de Darfur se remitiera a la CPI, el Presidente de Sudán, Omar Al-Bashir sigue viajando por el mundo. Al-Bashir ha sido  617 more words

5 Killed in Xenophobic Attack in South African City While Migrants Flee

The Chairperson of the African Union Commission, Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma has described the attacks of foreign nationals in the province of KwaZulu Natal in South Africa as “unacceptable,” calling an immediate halt while expressing once again her deep concerns regarding the attacks on foreign nationals. 196 more words

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