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Scores killed in Somalia bomb blast, al-Shabab suspected

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Tunisian Commission Hears Internet Freedom Testimonies From Dictatorship

Tunisian blogger Zouhair Yahyaoui, who founded the satirical TUNeZINE online forum, was jailed and tortured for publishing “false news”. His story, and those of many others,...

How The Gambia is testing West Africa’s resolve to protect democracy?

How The Gambia is testing West Africa's resolve to protect democracy Peter Penar, Michigan State University The Gambia is an opportunity to reinforce election quality norms...

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Egyptian Courts have found no criminal evidence against Hosni Mubarak over his involvement in killing of 800+ protesters during 2011 uprising in Egypt. This...

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