Africa, conflict, Human Rights, International relations, Today's Issues, United Nations

The United Nations welcomes the release of 21 child soldiers by the Government of Sudan

KHARTOUM, 22 September 2016 - The United Nations welcomes the release yesterday by the Government of Sudan of twenty one children allegedly associated with armed groups.  These children, who have been in the custody of the government security forces, were captured during fighting between the Government of Sudan and the Justice and Equality Movement in… Continue reading The United Nations welcomes the release of 21 child soldiers by the Government of Sudan

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Africa, Research/Opinion, Today's Issues

Signs That Africa Should Invest In Terrorism

While following current news, I am knocked out once again with the never ending mayhem in Libya and Syria. For quite some time, there has been remarkable media attention in those countries and the world is submerged here. Not to mention anxiety in Euro zone following Turkey, France and Brussels recent terror attacks. But, Africa… Continue reading Signs That Africa Should Invest In Terrorism

Africa, Today's Issues

Olympic wealth gap leaves Africa behind

With the US and other G8 countries packed together at the top of the Rio 2016 medal league table, you would be forgiven for wondering why article 1 of the UN universal declaration on human rights, which says “All human beings are born free and equal”, should not be qualified with the words, “depending on… Continue reading Olympic wealth gap leaves Africa behind

Africa, Global Politics, Legal Affairs, Today's Issues

Spy chiefs want legal immunity for Africa’s big shots

African countries want all arrest warrants and pending legal proceedings against the continent’s dignitaries suspended indefinitely. The recommendation from the meeting of spy chiefs from 51 African states concerns both indictments and pending suits from individual countries applying the Universal Jurisdiction and the International Criminal Court (ICC) - African Review

East Africa, Today's Issues

JICHO PEVU: HOW Lawyer Willie Kimani, 2 others were KIDNAPPED and later MURDERED

Kenya Today https://youtu.be/nqerUMWmgRs KENYA - What would become a high profile murder case started before the crack of dawn. 5:05 am, a Silver Toyota Fielder with registration number KBX 126X is captured by the highway cameras joining the Thika Super Highway from Kahawa West. The car was seen next on Forest Road and then Waiyaki… Continue reading JICHO PEVU: HOW Lawyer Willie Kimani, 2 others were KIDNAPPED and later MURDERED