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Aiding and Abetting: UK and US Complicity in Ethiopia's Mass Displacement
In the face of evidence, the UK and US continue to deny systematic human rights abuses are occurring in the Lower Omo as thousands are displaced for an irrigation scheme.
Cameroon Pastoralists Fight for their Way of Life
After years of struggles against governments and private parties, the Mbororo-Fulani are gaining international attention. But is this too little too late?
Hungry For Answers: Zimbabwe's Apparent Food Crisis
Around 2.2 million Zimbabweans are reportedly at risk from food insecurity, but where does this figure come from?
Predicting Africa’s Next Oil Insurgency: The Precarious Case of Kenya’s Turkana County
The recent discovery of oil deposits in Kenya’s Turkana County could increase insecurity in the region.
A Gathering Swarm: Could Locusts Escalate Tensions Between the Sudans?
Sudan could be liable for environmental damage to South Sudan if it fails to tackle its locust problem.
The Children in Need: Humanitarian Crisis in the Central African Republic
Africa’s forgotten crisis in the Central African Republic threatens the country’s most vulnerable.
Mugabe's Inauguration: It Was Acceptable in the 80s
President Mugabe's inauguration, delayed by accusations of vote rigging, will happen today in Harare. Read around the subject with Think Africa Press.
Ethiopia: When a Traditional Past Collides with an Irrigated Future
Are the government's large-scale developments in southern Ethiopia forcing local populations to move with the times or just move out the way?
Malnutrition in Cameroon: Agony Alongside Abundance
Despite fertile lands, malnourishment is rife in the north of Cameroon. Political prioritisation and investment are crucial and urgent.
Going With the Grain: New Breed of Rice Raises Hopes for Kenya's Domestic Rice Production
In Kenya's bid to reduce its reliance on rice imports, a new strain that uses less water and has high nutritional value could prove significant.
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