Tuesday, March 26, 2019

81-year-old Bouteflika Wants a 5th Term—But Algerians are not Buying It

Last week, hundreds of students from the University of Algeria took to the streets to protest President Abdelaziz Bouteflika’s 5th term bid. Following his...

Western powers rebuke Sudan over ‘return to military rule’

The United States, United Kingdom, Norway and Canada have all expressed concern over Sudan’s “return to military rule”. “Allowing security forces to act with impunity...

Obama Expresses Regret Over Libya

President Barack Obama said the worst mistake of his presidency was a lack of planning for the aftermath of the 2011 toppling of Muammar...

Libya Marks 8th Anniversary of Revolution that Led to Gaddafi’s Assassination; Are They Better...

8 Years after Gaddafi’s assassination, some Libyans still don’t recognize that they were used by the West to defeat a great African leader. Over the...

France and Italy Fighting Over Libyan Oil: Is This Why They Killed Gaddafi?

France and Italy are fighting over Libyan oil and destroying the country in the process. NATO killed Gaddafi so as to access Libya; now...

As Protests Increase, Sudanese President Al-Bashir Seeks Assistance from Egyptian President Al-Sissi

Rather than seek help from Egypt against protesters, shouldn’t President Omar Al-Bashir vacant office after 30 years in power? The president of Sudan, Omar al-Bashir,...

Ten Reasons Libya Under Gaddafi Was a Great Place to Live

Was Gaddafi a dictator? Yes! However, he also had a heart for his country and the world conveniently skips that part every...

Libyan Presidential Election: What Moscow Thinks of the Candidacy of Gaddafi’s Son, Saif al-Islam

For some time, Saif al-Islam Gaddafi son of the late Libyan guide does not hide his intention to be a candidate for...

Bread and fuel protests grip Sudan towns

Sudanese police have fired tear gas to disperse protesters chanting anti-government slogans in several towns and cities across Sudan. The protests were initially concentrated in...

Egypt Restricts the Sale of Yellow Vests Suspecting that Egyptians Might Copy the French

Officials and retailers revealed to the Associated Press (AP) on 10 December that Egyptian authorities have ordered them to restrict the sale of the...

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Strive Masiyiwa to build house and pay $1000 monthly allowance for granny who walked...

Telecommunications magnate and billionaire, Mr Strive Masiyiwa has pledged to build a house and pay a $1000 lifetime monthly allowance to an elderly woman...

Son of Angolan ex-president released from jail

The son of the former Angolan president has been released from prison, where he was being held on charges of embezzlement. José Filomeno dos Santos...

Africa Must Abolish Colonial Anti-Cannabis Laws to Unlock a 7 Billion Dollar Industry

The African cannabis industry is expected to be worth over US$7.1 billion by 2023. However, many countries will not benefit from the growth unless...