Are Rwandans paying a price for peace after the genocide?
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Are Rwandans paying a price for peace after the genocide?

At least 800,000 people were slaughtered in 100 days during the Rwandan genocide in 1994. On Sunday, the country began marking 25 years of the atrocities with commemorations…

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Libya: Detained refugees ‘terrified’ as clashes near Tripoli rage
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Libya: Detained refugees ‘terrified’ as clashes near Tripoli rage

As fighting between rival forces rages on the outskirts of the Libyan capital, thousands of refugees and migrants locked up in detention centres inside Tripoli say they are…

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A Rock and a Hard Place: What is it like to live In Jerusalem?
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A Rock and a Hard Place: What is it like to live In Jerusalem?

Scroll for Part I “There’s never been an Arab state here with the capital of Jerusalem,” says Daniel Luria. “There’s never been a Palestinian state here. This talk…

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Saudi-led air raids ‘kill at least 11 civilians’ in Yemen’s Sanaa
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Saudi-led air raids ‘kill at least 11 civilians’ in Yemen’s Sanaa

Air raids by a Saudi-UAE led coalition in a residential area in Yemen’s Houthi-held capital, Sanaa, have killed at least 11 civilians, including children, according to local officials.…

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‘The only hero is the people’: Algerians in Paris celebrate
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‘The only hero is the people’: Algerians in Paris celebrate

Paris, France – For a few hours on Sunday, the Place de la Republique was a sea of Algerian and indigenous Amazigh flags. Thousands of protesters gathered here for…

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Sudanese protesters keep up pressure on Bashir
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Sudanese protesters keep up pressure on Bashir

Thousands of protesters have rallied for a second successive day outside the headquarters of the Sudanese army in the capital, Khartoum, urging the country’s military to back their…

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JFO: One Ukrainian soldier wounded in action in Donbas April 7
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Libya crisis: Fighting near Tripoli leaves 21 dead – BBC
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CEC announces official results of first round of presidential elections in Ukraine
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Theresa May on Brexit: I had no choice but to approach Labour – media
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Theresa May on Brexit: I had no choice but to approach Labour – media

In a statement on Saturday night, Mrs. May said there was a “stark choice” of either leaving the European Union with a deal or not leaving at all,…

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