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Trump Slams Nigerians For Not Returning To Their ‘Huts’ After Seeing America — NYT Report

Trump Slams Nigerians For Not Returning To Their ‘Huts’ After Seeing America — NYT Report

United States’ President Donald Trump described Nigerians as people living in huts which they would not want to return to whenever they visit America, the New York Times reported Saturday. …

Par Sahara Reporters, le 24 décembre 2017
ZAMBIA - Where has the 2 Million come from?

ZAMBIA - Where has the 2 Million come from?

By David Kapoma I came across a saying “The Mark of a great leader is one who knows when to set aside the important things in order to accomplish the …

Par Zambian Eye, le 28 mars 2017
Sport  /  Football  - ‘Depending solely on government to fund sports is ‘killing’ Nigerian athletes’

Sport / Football - ‘Depending solely on government to fund sports is ‘killing’ Nigerian athletes’

    By Gowon Akpodonor   Former Nigerian triple and long jumper, United States (U.S.)-based Dr. Benedict Olusola has advised Nigerian athletes to stop the habit of depending solely on …

Par The Guardian, le 21 septembre 2016
FEATURE - In Cuba, racial inequality deepens with tourism boom

FEATURE - In Cuba, racial inequality deepens with tourism boom

  Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation    Author: Thomson Reuters Foundation   HAVANA, Feb 2 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – As warming relations with the United States bring new money and tourists …

Par Thomson Reuters Foundation, le 2 février 2016
Violence, hunger, poverty stalk troubled Burundi, many flee homes

Violence, hunger, poverty stalk troubled Burundi, many flee homes

    Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation Author: Katy Migiro   NAIROBI, Nov 18 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Political violence, a shrinking economy and biting aid cuts are worsening poverty and …

Par Thomson Reuters Foundation, le 19 novembre 2015
EXCLUSIVE: Congolese ban on overseas adoptions fuels smuggling of children

EXCLUSIVE: Congolese ban on overseas adoptions fuels smuggling of children

      Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation Author: Tom Esslemont and Kenny Katombe   * Ban on overseas adoptions fuels child smuggling from DRC * US continues to process adoptions …

Par Thomson Reuters Foundation, le 29 octobre 2015
Kenya film festival aims to "change story" of slums

Kenya film festival aims to "change story" of slums

    Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation   Author: Thomson Reuters Foundation   By Katy Migiro   NAIROBI, Aug 24 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Hundreds of movie lovers gathered in front of …

Par Thomson Reuters Foundation, le 25 août 2015
INTERVIEW: Global Witness turns its attention to climate change

INTERVIEW: Global Witness turns its attention to climate change

    Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation   Author: Megan Rowling   BARCELONA, July 31 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Global Witness, a British campaign group that has earned international renown for exposing …

Par Thomson Reuters Foundation, le 5 août 2015
The Wonder Known As Wole Soyinka, By Okey Ndibe

The Wonder Known As Wole Soyinka, By Okey Ndibe

  Wole Soyinka turned 80 at the very beginning of this week. For many, that milestone must seem incredible. He looks scandalously young and vibrant, his physique trim, his mind …

Par Premium Times, le 14 juillet 2015
Somalis panic as cash flow dries up after U.S. remittance lifeline cut

Somalis panic as cash flow dries up after U.S. remittance lifeline cut

Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation Author: Katy Migiro NAIROBI, Feb 19 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Somali families are panicking and businesses are running short of funds two weeks after the last major …

Par Katy Migiro, le 20 février 2015
Haiti political crisis stalls homebuilding for quake survivors

Feature Haiti political crisis stalls homebuilding for quake survivors

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Jan 8 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Five years after an earthquake flattened much of Haiti’s capital Port-au-Prince and destroyed Guiyolette Fenfen’s home, the 29-year-old is still living in a …

Par Anastasia Moloney, le 9 janvier 2015