by Marta Cavallaro The death of Elizabeth II, Queen of the United Kingdom, has aroused mixed feelings on the African continent. Behind the mourning and condolences of the institutional leaders, what has emerged is the anger of the African peoples,...
By Sara Pieraccioni The people of South Sudan, the youngest nation in the world, can now aspire for a significant victory: the first women's soccer championship. During its brief history, South Sudan has been afflicted by a fight for independence,...
By Ambra Visentin After many months of tension between France and Algeria, President Emmanuel Macron met his counterpart Abdelmadjid Tebboune in Algiers from 25 to 27 August. Under the leadership of the two presidents, constitutionally 'commanders-in-chief of the armed forces',...
By Francesca Romana Mollica The Ivory Coast is still struggling to rid itself of Female Genital Mutilation practices, despite international campaigns that have been raising the attention on the violence of such traditional, but abusive, practices on young girls. So, for...
By Marta Cavallaro In recent weeks, Africa has been the focus of popular protests, visits from foreign dignitaries, elections, glimmers of peace, but also dormant conflicts that, unfortunately, have flared up again. In these last days of August, it is...
By Marta Cavallaro On Monday 15 August, William Ruto was officially declared the winner of Kenya's latest presidential election, becoming the country's fifth President. The gap by which he overtook Raila Odinga, his main opponent backed by outgoing President Uhruru...
By Francesca Romana Mollica On July 20, 2022, the Minister of Public Health and the fight against AIDS visited the Public Health Emergency Operations Center (COUSP). The aim was to inquire about the state of the COVID-19 response and surveillance...
An authoritarian turn is feared in Tunisia. With the referendum proposed by President Kais Saied, a new Constitution will come into effect, replacing the one written after the Arab Spring of 2011. More than 93% of Tunisian voters opted...
  By Wesam Besindawa* for Newsweek In a square meter grave-like cell waits Fateh, a Houthi prisoner. She has been deprived of food and drink for hours. She is promised release when she admits to a false charge of prostitution, but...
By Angelo Ferrari for OGZero - read the original article What is happening in the north-east of the Democratic Republic of Congo? But, above all, what was the point of the 6 July meeting in Luanda between the Congolese President,...

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