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“A ferocious dictatorship, one that crushes lives and prospects, is being installed in Burundi”
David Gakunzi, an essayist originally from Burundi and now president of Paris Global Forum, explains the reasons for the uprising in Burundi against President Pierre (...)
A lot of empty talk is killing the climate
The appeals come thick and fast and they all sound the same. After François Hollande called for an ’ambitious, equitable and universal’ deal in Manila in February in view of the (...)
UK elections: Cameron has the last laugh
From our special correspondent at London. The Conservatives have carried off a victory in the British elections. But the Prime Minister would have to acknowledge the increased (...)
Montreal: Tens of Thousands of Students Protest Against Austerity
Tens of thousands of people demonstrated in Montreal on Thursday (April 2, 2015) to protest against the austerity imposed by the government of the province of Quebec. Students (...)
Scenes of Joy in Baltimore Following Indictment of Six Policemen
In the course of the enquiry into the death of Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old Black who died from injuries suffered after his arrest, six Baltimore police officers were indicted (...)

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