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August 20, 2019

After Life Sentence, Ambazonia Lead...

The Yaounde Military Court early Tuesday August 20 found the 10 Ambazonia Separatist leaders, Sisiku Ayuktabe and 9 others, guilty of charges and sentenced them to life imprisonment, a release from the defense team said

August 19, 2019

Opposition Chief Sam Rainsy Vows To...

Most Cambodian migrant workers are in Thailand, where NGOs estimate that more than million reside while the Cambodian Labor Ministry puts the figure at 1.6 million

August 18, 2019

American Journalist Writes Thrillin...

Prominent characters in the book include a Central Intelligence Organization operative identified only as Kasper, then war veterans’ leader Chris Mutsvangwa, Gabriel Shumba, a human rights lawyer and activist, and members of the Zimbabwe Defence Force

August 16, 2019

Tibetan Horse-Race Festival Draws L...

Though China in recent years has frequently allowed the holding of Tibetan festivals as a sign of stability and “progress” in Tibetan areas, security forces often monitor and sometimes close down events involving large crowds, fearing spontaneous protests against Chinese rule

Afghan Presidential Candidate Pedra...

Presidential candidate Abdul Latif Pedram on Thursday appeared at his first election camping rally in Kabul where he stressed the need for establishing a federal government in the country

Botswana Battles Influx of Zimbabwe...

Botswana is battling an influx of illegal immigrants from Zimbabwe, as the Zimbabwean government struggles to overcome a deep economic crisis. But authorities in Botswana appear to be losing the battle, as those who are deported are soon back in the country

August 15, 2019

South Sudanese Women Celebrated New...

Outside the circle of men, women sing celebratory songs. It is not an uncommon sight in South Sudan for women to be left on the periphery of processes like this rapprochement in Gok, despite often suffering the most from conflict. But today, they find it fitting to celebrate this peace agreement

Children Face Grave Violence in Con...

Repeated attacks have led to children losing their lives, being injured by gunshot or burns, being displaced and separated from their families, and being exposed to violence including rape and other forms of sexual violence, arrests and detention, and psychological trauma

Hong Kong Airport Reopens After Cou...

An anonymous group of supporters of the anti-extradition movement that has rocked Hong Kong since early June issued a statement late on Tuesday apologizing for the protesters’ actions

August 13, 2019

Boys With Brides: Afghanistan’...

Afghan boys in rural areas are often impelled to marry because of long-held local or tribal traditions — customs on the inheritance rights of widows, the settlement of blood feuds, or prearranged agreements between families to exchange their children for marriage

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