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Eritrean women abroad commemorate Intl. Women’s Day in colorful manner

Asmara, 09 March 2015 –Eritrean women residing in Khartoum, Juba, San Diego and Ohio, USA, have  marked International Women’s Day in colorful manner. The commemorative events witnessed the staging of performances highlighting the active role Eritrean women played in the armed struggle for independence and the nation-building process. 178 more words

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It feels different. It definitely isn’t that the baby aspect has changed- I mean, I am still changing what feels like a gazilion diapers everyday as I did with Kamau, staring back at (and loving) a toothless smile and having a baby to my breast more often than not. 865 more words

Gunmen abduct 89 boys in war-torn South Sudan: U.N.

(Reuters) – Gunmen in war-ravaged South Sudan have abducted at least 89 boys, some as young as 13, from their school in oil-rich Upper Nile State, the… 384 more words

Reflections in Juba–The sad story of the undeserving Mzungu

If you have some knowledge of African history or at least follow some world events, you may know that for ages Africans have resisted racial discrimination and fought against white domination both on the African continent and the west. 771 more words

Aktiviteter på karneval

I løpet av denne uka har jeg arrangert to karneval. På det første var det 12 barn, og på det andre 35. I tillegg var det med noen voksne.Vi hadde kiosk hvor vi solgte brus, kaker og kaffe. 591 more words


Elusive Peace in South Sudan

By Jérôme Tubiana

Foreign Affairs

In Unity state, the frontline of the ongoing war between the South Sudanese government and members of the opposition is hard to pin down. 428 more words


The Turd That Hopped.

I was in Juba, South Sudan. Juba can be called Africa’s equivalent of a wild-west town. It’s pretty rough. People come there hoping for a better life, but with that comes a lot of crime and violence. 324 more words