News November 2022

Nigeria.Oil theft is sinking Africa’s first economy.

Whereas other oil producers are boasting from substantial revenues as a result of high crude prices triggered by the Ukraine war; theft, shut-ins and lack of investment are hitting badly a sector which represents, 89 percent of Nigeria’s export revenues and more than 50 percent of the national budget. Last August, Nigeria faced a record…

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FIFA World Cup/Africa. Dreaming Qatar.

Cameroon, Morocco, Tunisia, Ghana, and Senegal will represent Africa in Qatar for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. They will be led by a local coach.  For the first time a Rwandese woman referee has been named to officiate at the men’s World Cup. The Indomitable Lions will make their eighth World Cup appearance in Qatar.…

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Kenya Elections 2022: What’s Next?

Can William Ruto, the new Kenya president, provide the change that Kenyans are demanding? The General Election took place in Kenya on August 9th and William Ruto of the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) was sworn in as the country’s fifth President on September 13th. In a very closely contested ballot Mr. Ruto just passed the…

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Lost for Words.

To save biodiversity, we must save human diversity. Many Indigenous languages are 'dying out'. What is not often discussed, however, is the fact that the languages…

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Her Great Dream.

On the heights of a remote village at the bottom of a valley lived a melancholic girl who had not known her parents, who had died…

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Youth & Mission

Iran. Young Generation: “We want to be free”.

The current Iranian Revolution is entering its fourth month, with people all over Iran protesting. Iran’s Gen Z is leading the charge as the loudest voice…

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