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China’s Orwellian War on Religion

“Concentration camps,” electronic surveillance and persecution are used to repress millions of people of faith. Let’s be blunt: China is
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Kenya must stop playing second fiddle to Somalia in border row

On April 7, 2009, Kenya and Somalia signed an MoU granting each other a “No-Objection” in respect of submissions on
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Theresa May resigns as British prime minister – here's where it all went wrong

Europe has claimed the career of yet another Conservative prime minister. After less than three years in office, Theresa May
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Eritrea: Independence day reflections

Friday, May 24, marked the 28th anniversary of Eritrea’s independence from Ethiopia -Eritrea’s proudest and happiest moment when it finally
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How Museveni is profiting from the presidency

Last week, it was reported that equipment at former Zimbabwean strongman Robert Mugabe’s dairy farm was being auctioned to offset
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Time for Irro to concede defeat and move on

Last week, the voters of the Republic of Somaliland went to the polls to elect a new President. A preliminary
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Probe U.S. role in Yemeni Civilian deaths during Saudi-Led war

Last year I wrote an Op-ed on Cleveland.com calling for a political solution to the Saudi-led war in Yemen. 18
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Somalia: Most-failed state - Twenty-five years of chaos in the Horn of Africa

AT THE Coconut Beach Hotel, which opened last month, new guests are served coconut smoothies when they arrive. The rooms
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Trump’s demagoguery has no place in America

This past month, at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Donald Trump accepted the Republican nomination for presidency of the
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Ethiopia: it is time to stop the reign of terror of the Liyu Police

A U.S. financed para-military force known as the Liyu police are terrorizing the civilian population in the eastern Ethiopian Somali
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Somalia’s president says al-Qaeda-backed rebels are ‘resurgent’

MOGADISHU, Somalia — Five years after a U.N.-backed force began to push al-Qaeda-linked militants out of their strongholds, Somalia boasts
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US has power to address suffering of Djibouti, but does it have the will?

Djibouti, an impoverished, Muslim country in the Horn of Africa with less than a million inhabitants, recently “celebrated” its independence
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Escalating conflict in Yemen could ignite regional sectarian war: Ali Mohamed (Opinion)

For six weeks, Saudi Arabia has been waging a military air campaign in Yemen against the Houthi rebels, a Zaydi
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