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Fight for Gender Equality at U.N. Faces Resistance, Report Says
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has inched up slightly in the eyes of women's groups who said on Wednesday he has delivered on some promises to make the global organization a feminist institution but faces a major backlash and resistance. The Feminist U.N. Campaign, a coalition of women's rights groups, advocates and U.N. staff, gave him a grade of B-, up from the C+ it gave him a year ago. The coalition launched its report card after the secretary-general said he would...

Wed, 23 Jan 2019 19:48:53 -0500


Congo's Kabila, on Eve of Leaving Presidency, Urges Unity
With less than 24 hours left in his rule, Congo's President Joseph Kabila urged the nation to “massively” support incoming leader Felix Tshisekedi after a disputed election that surprised the world by bringing an opposition leader to power. Kabila is stepping aside after more than two turbulent years of delayed elections as many Congolese feared he was seeking a way to stay in office. He praised Congo's 80 million people: “Thanks to your maturity, the elections unrolled amid...

Wed, 23 Jan 2019 19:02:30 -0500


Sudan's Bashir Visits Qatar While US Expresses Concern Over Arrests
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir was in Qatar Wednesday to discuss aid for his embattled nation as the United States expressed concern over death, injuries and arrests of Sudanese citizens over four weeks of protests challenging Bashir's government. Bashir met with ruling emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani in Doha, where the Qatar News Agency reported they discussed various topics including the war-torn western Sudan region of Darfur. Meanwhile in Khartoum, Sudan's oil...

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The Acceptance of Democracy in Africa - Straight Talk Africa
In this episode of Straight Talk Africa; host Shaka Ssali explores the concept and acceptance of democracy in Africa. His guests are Kenneth K. Mwenda, Professor of Law at the University of Pretoria in South Africa, Azaz Elshami, Human Rights Advocate and from our London studio Prince Dickson Wasajja, International Lawyer and Envoy of the Ugandan main Opposition - the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) to the UK and the European Union.

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Thousands of Nigerian Refugees Flee to Chad for Safety
The U.N. refugee agency says thousands of Nigerian refugees are fleeing to Chad to escape a surge of violence in northeastern Nigeria’s Borno state. Fierce clashes between government forces and armed militants from the radical Islamic group Boko Haram erupted in late December in Borno state’s Baga town, near the Chadian border. The U.N. refugee agency reports an estimated 6,000 Nigerian refugees have fled for their lives over the past month, many paddling across Lake Chad to reach...

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