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Burkina Faso: Is the cure more dangerous than the disease?

It’s all too easy to get caught up in the excitement and the romance of Burkina Faso’s popular revolution. But revolutions solve nothing on their own, it’s what comes next that really counts. Unfortunately, Africa’s recent track record in this department is poor. The odds of a success story, at least in the short term, are not in Burkina Faso’s favour.

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Uganda’s youth discover the beauty in farming

Kampala – Miss Uganda promotes the image of women in agriculture and encourages greater involvement in the sector among youth.

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Escaping military service and kidnap, one Eritrean woman’s Ordeal

When Fatima (not real name) escaped Sawa, a military camp in Eritrea, she had already been there for two long years doing the compulsory military training that is supposed to end after 18 months.

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The army and the economy in Egypt

Should the production of pasta, mineral water, butane gas cylinders and gas station services qualify as classified military secrets? The leaders of the Egyptian Armed Forces believe the answer is ‘yes.’

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Rwanda: ex-army chief shot in Johannesburg

An exiled Rwandan general, Faustin Kayumba Nyamwasa, was shot in South Africa on Saturday. He is alive.  Four people under arrest. The government of Rwanda does not condone violence.

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