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Emmerson Mnangagwa – the man behind Zimbabwe’s ‘coup’

Emmerson Mnangagwa may – or may not – turn out to be Zimbabwe’s saving grace. But that would be a rather peripheral benefit of the military coup (or non-coup) that happened early on Wednesday morning, almost certainly masterminded by Mnangagwa. … read more »

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Out of India

Thick white curtains with a colorful zigzag pattern only partially block the scorching sun from the living room of Sandra Adaora Okoyeegbe’s rented apartment on the outskirts of New Delhi. An episode of BKChat LDN streaming on YouTube flashes on … read more »

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US war on terror leaves bloody trail in Africa

Kenyan killings spotlight rift between US word and deed on human rights BY SIMON ALLISON   Disappeared At least 45 people have disappeared in Kenya or were found dead after counter terrorism operations NAIROBI – Just before his torturers pushed … read more »

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