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Review – Americanah
The new novel by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie explores the jet-setting, cross-national Afropolitan experience, but not as a story of triumph.
Egypt: Human Trafficking in Sinai
Many refugees, mostly from Eritrea, are being kidnapped and held hostage by criminal networks working in the largely lawless Sinai Peninsula.
Kenya's Somalis Face Urban Ejection
Kenyan authorities have demanded the return of Somali urban refugees to camps such as Dadaab. But will the controversial policy really improve internal security?
Invisible Suffering: The DRC's Unofficial IDP Camps
Hundreds of thousands of people have been displaced by the conflict in the DRC, many of whom are now in unofficial IDP camps without protection or support.
Review – The EU and Africa: From Eurafrique to Afro-Europa
A valuable collection of essays sheds light on the complex relationship between Africa and the European Union.
South Sudan’s Oil-for-Food Gambit
Part of South Sudan's plan for growth involves joining the EAC. But could a resulting influx of skilled labour and cheap goods do more harm than good?
Chagos Islanders Lose the European Court Battle but the Struggle Continues
Former residents of the Chagos Islands have lost their latest legal bid for the right to return following a European ruling. What next for the islanders?
Experts Weekly: The Kampala Convention on IDPs Enters Into Force
We asked several experts, "What will be the potential effects of the Kampala Convention and what are its successes and shortcomings?"
Hidden Victims: Mali’s Internally Displaced People
Malians who have been internally displaced by the conflict in north urgently need greater assistance.
9: International Refugee Law
How are refugees protected by international law?
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